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sorry.
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It took a little bit longer.
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By the way, here we owe this is it.
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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to no sleep til sports talk at an event that I have been waiting on for a long, long time.
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Over the next two hours, I will be unveiling my final turn.
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The top 10 best Sorry, Top 10. Greatest.
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There is a difference.
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Players in NFL history.
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I have, in case you couldn't tell so unbelievably excited for this episode here.
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And I mean, is gonna be fun.
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A reminder before we get started On who? The top 10 are in no particular order.
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Your top 10.
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Oh, Johnny unite us.
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Lawrence Taylor, Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Anthony Munoz, Walter Payton, Reggie White, Dion Sanders, Joe Montana, Lawrence Taylor and Tom Brady.
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And, yes, on Sam Channel.
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You can see it s s and power our immediately following this show.
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We will be live on his channel reacting, talking about an almost definitely debating the placements off my top 10 as of course, you mean he doesn't completely.
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Anyway, let's get things going with number 10.
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The number 10 greatest player of all time is the final offensive lineman on the list.
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The greatest offensive linemen of all kind of Rays.
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Dolphins attack about some of the question.
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A member in 11 time Pro Bowler.
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Nine time first team All Pro, The 1991 Man of the year member of the 19 eighties all decade team.
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Remember the NFL something better? 100 anniversary all time team playing the college world.
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Syriza's well, by the way, a great athlete.
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Great, great athlete.
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Later Joe. Number 10.
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All time.
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Anthony Moon Joo's is your number 10 player of all time.
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Of course, we have a video we could watch, but we have a couple more things to the top 10.
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We're ****ing up a little bit.
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So after the video, we're not just done moving on.
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You'll see, though. Get to that.
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So here we go.
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Let General number 10 player of all time Anthony Move. Use.
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Let's go.
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No, it's for the Bengals.
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With this draft took place, he went out of working about fourth grade.
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Winds up a defensive end or something? No, this is what I want you to do.
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It just a hand working the pro set, But But I mean four takes one step in Anthony Shop Maroon and Force A We're gonna drop this kid number one when Anthony Munoz was drafted.
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Wait, drafted this kid.
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How Anthony one goes quickly put to rest all concerns about his durability.
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In his 13 seasons, he missed only three games due to injury.
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When he first showed up, he looked like on extra in a banner movie here, Down here, curly rial dark mustache in East L.
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A Look, Do you show your stinking badges one of those guys, you know? And I wish I didn't have the first time that pulled around.
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Medios was a nine time All Pro and was named to the 19 eighties all decade team.
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Once he starts inside, you can start kind of finished the ball on the offensive line.
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Coach of the language in McNally.
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What, Anthony, I think come up with his own stance.
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I don't think you need a coach.
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He had general wide stance with the put way back, but he was athlete enough at his size that he given recover inside.
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He was perfect, absolutely perfect.
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The way set up, he gave defensive ends no place to go, man.
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He just devastated the world ends in this league.
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I mean, he put him on the ground off the line of scrimmage.
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She protected, recorded everything.
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He's the first big guy that I've ever come across that rand distances sustained condition at 65 to 75 to 80 10 12 miles to drink two times a week.
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OK, do that.
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His athleticism proved a vital and versatile asset.
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Sam washes up tempo, No huddle offense.
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We're thinking about buying.
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Anthony goes given Sunday is you're gonna be out there but used him for for your country place.
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Well, there's no walking.
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That's now.
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You're gonna be out there against Anti goes for 80 place.
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He's a feature as 80 times, not 40.
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Why 78? And he faked the down walking former assassin, the finding a new zone a lot.
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It was fun, especially the 1st 1 Sand washed his rookie year with the rookie quarterback Boomer Sison.
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I wouldn't crazy about the situation.
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Tackle was first and goal had the swore to take it in overtime and I would basically the finally receiver.
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So it was either catch the football that walk home from Cleveland, the first Bengals player to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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It was so consistently proficient for his entire career.
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The day he retired, I didn't see any difference in the way he played up into tackle, which is extraordinary.
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I mean, he was still just stuffing people.
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The last Grimmie's air driving him down.
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They never like grass races.
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Since anybody will ever make to this point under Israel, ever not saying much mean it's the banks don't have very rich history.
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I mean, the history that they have that is good almost isn't almost is entirely when this guy was on the team.
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Yes.
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By the way, there was a time where the Bangles were good.
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I know that might be hard to believe.
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Well, because this guy on the team and he was that good.
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I'm sorry.
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I'm a Ravens, Frank.
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You think I'm gonna rip bank? Come on.
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For real, like, all kidding aside, this is you can't not hate on the great.
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You mean you can't like, hate on the guy? He's the greatest left tackle of all.
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That is great about the alignment of all time.
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I mean, without a doubt the best offensive linemen of all time out of our best left tackle all time.
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Best tackle of all time on the guy. Also completed in positions.
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I mean, the guy is just incredible.
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Absolutely, incredibly good.
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That many, many things.
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I mean, I got again.
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The guy played in the College World Series.
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It wasn't just a football player.
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That was just another thing that he happened to be able to be able to do happen to be able to be able to do.
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Yeah, why not happen to be able to be able to do Orlando Pace is on the list.
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I mean, he was used, um, listed a while ago. I can tell exactly.
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Wasn't one second.
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Hold on.
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Who pulled up the list? I can tell you in Orlando.
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Pace.
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He was like, you is pretty high.
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Um, he was listed at.
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I can't find him.
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Where is he? Do it like this Orlando case.
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Uh, where are you? No, that didn't know, but just told me that it was on the top 100 list within the narrow it down, huh? Got I'm sorry.
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Everyone saying, um, Orlando pace was ranked number where you miss tonight.
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That might not be a size of blood, but we 77 number 77 list.
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I think that's a pretty good spot for him.
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If I do say so myself.
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An idea, Um, let's move on here to number nine, number 10 all time thinking there's no way we want you.
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Number nine.
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Okay, this one is a guy that I felt bad about putting as low as I did, which is crazy because he's the number nine rank for little player in the history of the game.
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But I do legitimately feel bad. Putting was low.
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Um, there's a guy that was drafted by the Memphis Showboats in 1984 1985.
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Then he wanted the Eagles of 1985 1992 number the Packers 93 98 then took a year off and then finished a member of the Carolina Panthers in 2000.
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Super Bowl 31 champion.
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A 13 time Pro Bowler, eight time first team All Pro five times, second team All Pro.
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Two time defensive player of the year.
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Led the NFL in sacks twice. First team.
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All USFL in 1985.
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Love.
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Let's in his career. Highlights.
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Member of the Packers and Eagles Hall of Fame.
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Remember the I thought so.
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Even 100 anniversary all time team of a foreseen all decades Remember 19 eighties and nineties is Number 92 was retired by the Packers and Eagles.
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This guy's George retired by two different teams.
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Onley Bruce Smith on Lee grew.
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Smith has more career tackles than the minister of defense.
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33 forced fumbles.
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Three interceptions at the offensive end is no joke, by the way as well as two touchdowns.
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Man.
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As incredible.
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Um, I mean, this'll guys absolutely incredible.
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The guy that called the minister of Defense or very What's the word? What's the word? Devout Christian? Um, just a great great player and one of the players that revolutionized free agency, of course.
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When free And she became a thing.
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I mean, with that friend.
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She was salary camp.
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Salary cap became a thing.
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The first truly great player to leave a team was this guy.
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The number nine greatest player of all time is the minister of Defense, Reggie White.
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All right, let's pull up a video here for the Minister of Defense, Reggie White.
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I mean, we're talking pure domination.
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It doesn't get much better read him before something pair for him.
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NFL films put him at number seven.
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Okay, Yes, I guess it does get eight better than him.
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Steve Young came to San Francisco.
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Hey, had played against for as you want in the old USFL.
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And, uh, you know, we were looking at home getting ready, relating wiggles.
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He was like, my God about it.
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Didn't take figure out.
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59 99 nine.
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Don't take any chances of everybody way had double religion like everyone.
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Take a with God tonight.
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What changed your offensive In eight seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, readily White played in 121 games and recorded 124.
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*** no todo way.
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1992 season was free.
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Mykola Grant was preparing for his second year as the head coach in Green Bay.
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Very had a pretty about the player known as the minister of Defense and then be for signs and for seasons before days from Reggie's very devalues of Baptist majority in my absence, Master.
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So on a whim, I just phone him up and I left a message on his answering machine.
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Reggie, this is I want you to play in Green Bay.
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Fortunately, he has a great sense of humor, and he heard a terrific actually my voice and and, uh, he came to my office because it's for she could my That was pretty funny.
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I was good.
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So we want Ever signed has behind.
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It was a huge sign cause and people thought, Oh, but they really gone done, you know, it's too high.
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But you know what? He was worth.
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Every penny and Mawr eyes his first year with me against Denver.
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Remember, of money came.
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We need a sack.
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Desperately sad.
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John Elway.
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Two sacks tomorrow, right near the end of the game.
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Last game he was He made way, Theo way.
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I put it all together for person in allows to get seizing stays just that he have against John Elway.
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Monday night, Reggie White recorded it to his Super Bowl record.
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Three sacks on consecutive plays in the second half.
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Eyes replacement Tom Brady be on this list.
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Actually, game win the game and everyone you're in for people turned specialist.
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Grab control.
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Feel beautiful thing to see.
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That's incredible.
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It's also one of the greatest players of all time e.
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I love how the go one the greatest players of all time they show, can you? Hey, that's just the thrill, Reggie White.
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I mean, from a pure defensive end edge rusher type.
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I can tell you it doesn't get better than him from a defensive end edge rusher.
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Of course there's a edge rusher, but more of a linebacker type that is appearing later and on the list.
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But he is the highest ranked defensive end on this list.
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And the second Hi. I'm sorry.
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The third highest, right? It ranked defense of player on this list.
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Um, and the highest rated defensive lineman on this list, the greatest defensive lineman full time the great.
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And I do not use that term lightly.
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The great Reggie.
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What? Sam, I'm sure I'm ready.
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Appear So what? We're gonna dio Well, actually, it's not my a g.
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It was actually your idea that I'm gonna like completely unshakably unshakably unshaved.
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Leslie, is that a word? It is now unshaved Leslie Steel.
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Um when I'm done 10 through six.
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Come on on.
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We're gonna talk, and then we can do, um weaken.
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Recap it and then I'll get five through one and weaken.
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Recap that again.
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We could just go a little bit.
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Wonder in 2 a.
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m.
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if we have to.
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You down for that? You better say asked.
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There we go.
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All right.
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Anyway, let's move on.
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Here to number eight.
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This guy are my breasts.
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Um hate.
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I don't know anybody from Sam.
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I mean, like, I feel like though football fanatics are very high and rightfully so are very high on this, right? Drafted at a Jackson State the number four overall pick in 97 5 years.
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A number for you.
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First thing get when you are the fourth overall pick and you went to Jackson State and you're the fourth overall pick that tells you how good you are.
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That alone tells you how good he is.
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Play on.
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Ah Bears from 1975 1987 to roll. 20 champion.
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Nine time Pro Bowler.
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Seven time first team All Pro 1977 NFL M V p.
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Two time NFC.
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Almost 977 Offensive player of the year 97 71 Man of the year.
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They're Ward was later renamed to be the blank blank Man of the Year Award.
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obviously know what is right legally and by legally I mean, I just don't say until I'm done.
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My intro for him.
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Um, he led the enemy.
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He is member of the NFL's 19 seventies and 19 eighties all decade team.
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Remember the 75 100 anniversary all time teams with 34 is obviously retired by the Bears.
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He ranked second all time in rushing yards and broke Jim Brown's iconic record.
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I mean, the man they called Sweetness number eight all time is the late, great Reggie White by the really great well, the late great man, the myth, the legend and the second greatest running back to ever live.
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Welter Pete.
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All right, let's take a look at some sweetness highlights.
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Right here.
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Number eight player.
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Ever bring about Brad, You know you've done something right.
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NFL films haven't even higher number five.
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And you know what sort of doing that we're gonna will look at ways we might We might I'm not sure.
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Um, yeah.
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Let's go with the NFL Films from this better be good, because, I mean, this is Walter.
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What's on the matter Game? Greatest running back talking way way.
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Jim Brown that was never go out.
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E g.
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Getting something to go over here on the radio, Walter eight and was more than just a great runner who was the most complete football player in the history of the game.
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To make that are, Sandi Ball would like a word.
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But is your mark on all who washed him sore rushing? I don't know about that.
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Perhaps his acrobatic touchdown jump sleep the mind 40 inch vertical.
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At least it was his beard straight on that they remember most.
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That's orders 275 yard performance against the Vikings despite the flu and 102 degrees video geek game for the authority.
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I'm great runners.
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It was Peyton's sheer will truly defined We warriors.
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He was a great warrior.
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If again, I was out of bounds because cornerback has coming up here.
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That's not way to reach.
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Finally, after 13 seasons, he stood at the brink of the all time rushing stomach.
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Waiting for him was a great Jim Brown.
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Well, they're stunning images, that is, they broke a rate and they did the wrong way because it would here for me.
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But the way that he waas without a true disability.
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Probably work way, way from back to **** every time.
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Um, some I was actually thinking about is in many, many ways, like even like so many more ways.
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Like I was thinking about it.
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He hasn't like my original double.
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Remember, it was so true.
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Even more, more so I make its compare.
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You might not like what other flu came.
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I can't think of a pizza game.
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Another iconic Chicago athlete.
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You're right, you're right.
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Pizza gate to pizza. Game out food.
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But Jordan and Kobe All right.
00:31:05
Jim Brown. Walter Payton.
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Same thing.
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Jordan was better, but Kobe Waas the guy carried on Jordan's legacy.
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He wasn't as good, but he gave him a run for his money.
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And there are people out there thinks they're better.
00:31:24
Unfortunately, there are other Come.
00:31:27
There's another thing that Kobe and water and force we have in common of dying way too young as well, and the other living past it and talking about how great they were and kind of like a father figure, not father figure.
00:31:43
I guess you could say as well with Jim Brown, and would you rather more praise warm a father figure than a big brother, little brother, Because they're a little bit more of an age difference.
00:31:53
Because a lot more of an age difference.
00:31:56
Um, but the same type of thing.
00:31:59
Low where a mentor.
00:32:03
I mean, I thought of it, but yeah, it Oh, no is exactly Jordan and Kobe the way that waas This is the original thing of that of where they carried on the legacy of the generation.
00:32:17
Before I thought that was a good come as I was watching this video.
00:32:22
It's very true.
00:32:25
All right, we now move on to number seven.
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The first of three quarterbacks on the list.
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Gonna come in here.
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Number seven, This one.
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He was pretty **** good.
00:32:53
Revolutionized the quarterback position.
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Everyone knows of him as the great Baltimore coat, but he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the ninth round, the ninth round of the 1955 draft.
00:33:09
We're both he and Len Dawson and Bobby Lane.
00:33:14
We're all cut.
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They were all cut in favor of another quarterback on that quarterback's name.
00:33:22
I am blanking one at the very.
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He then became a construction worker in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, just to try and support his family.
00:33:33
After that, they played some pro football on, and they played football after and um, And then on the weekends, he played quarterback, safety and partner on a local semi protein called the Bloomfield's Rams.
00:33:53
Forget this $6 a game.
00:33:58
And then, after doing that, one of the games were the Bloomfield round put against was they played against a lineman.
00:34:08
I'm sorry.
00:34:09
I remember that team with a lineman named Jim Dig Olo.
00:34:12
Dig Olu, I think, is what is gender Gold? Um, and he was scheduled workout for the Baltimore Colts.
00:34:20
He decided to bring this guy ahead of him.
00:34:25
Legendary head coach Weeb Ewbank liked him.
00:34:27
The rest is history.
00:34:29
This guy goes on to revolutionizing the quarterback position and winning the greatest game ever.
00:34:35
Play that Vivaki NFL championship, which revolutionized pro football and kick started into what it is today.
00:34:44
A three time NFL champion role.
00:34:47
Five M v p.
00:34:48
10 time Pro Bowler five time first team All Pro three time NFL M v p.
00:34:56
A four time NFL passing leader, four time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns.
00:35:02
Um, like insect, 19 sixties old like 18 everything that felt.
00:35:05
50th 75th and 100 anniversary.
00:35:06
All time team is number 19 is obviously retired by the Colts.
00:35:10
Number 16 Tired by Louisville The great, the Golden Arm.
00:35:19
Johnny, unite us.
00:35:23
Hold on.
00:35:24
I just rather of putting the team home.
00:35:32
Here we go.
00:35:33
Johnny unites.
00:35:38
He then, of course, did finish off his career and the Chargers in 73 God, it's a 70 Sandy just pointed out to you. I'm sorry.
00:35:48
I can actually do that. I just type it in around.
00:35:50
Oops.
00:35:52
You're faster percent.
00:35:53
Right, Sam? When you change that real quick.
00:35:57
Yeah.
00:35:58
Okay, I signed up.
00:36:01
This is my guy here to Johnny United.
00:36:03
Suitcase.
00:36:06
You guys couldn't tell growing up in Baltimore? Have my grandfather.
00:36:08
Obviously, I've mentioned so many times in the shell.
00:36:10
Uh, I mean, this is Johnny you here with Okay, he came out of the okay, Let's find a good video here about United.
00:36:23
I want to find a really going or one that I'm for this, like one that somebody really tried.
00:36:30
Teoh Um show Agreed.
00:36:35
This guy really waas This work is NFL from Clint.
00:36:40
Obviously they ranking at number six.
00:36:42
I got him a crane father this day.
00:36:46
Still as Mitt one, you came out of the blue.
00:36:51
Nobody knew one didn't look like a football player.
00:36:54
Didn't act like a star, right, which was in town.
00:37:01
That was just perfect.
00:37:04
Full of was.
00:37:15
Eventually everyone would know the name of this obscure former semi pro water back Johnny United.
00:37:22
His career came in.
00:37:27
This'll is somebody.
00:37:35
And that's just the way many fine glamour.
00:37:54
And so when we began toe win, more of all, the more it would have meant any other city and everything that's in any way have nothing else.
00:38:06
Tonight is a role for us.
00:38:09
Absolutely.
00:38:13
You notices career defining performance in the 1958 NFL championship game helped change the course of NFL.
00:38:23
Yep, position was great.
00:38:28
Two minute Drill it.
00:38:29
Yeah, nobody never talked that sort of thing before.
00:38:32
The idea that you were gonna move down the field getting being, being being like that it was really a concept, and I just threw for 349 yards and directed a game tying drive With time running out Theun in an unprecedented sudden death overtime period, he threw the Giants off balance with his bold, unpredictable play calling and led the Colts Tonto Theo way, Tom, You want five? Kashin was head of the American mind.
00:39:26
On every leatherbacks is whether it ISS on the Mannings.
00:39:33
Ready where? Placed in that some planets away.
00:39:39
Descendants.
00:39:40
Johnny United's on that December day theme from 1957 through 1960.
00:39:52
Johnny News set a record for touchdown pass in 47 consecutive record.
00:40:01
Still, freeze Broke it united with seven.
00:40:15
Roe is catched spent walking.
00:40:20
I never knew that passes in every ballgame and setting some kind of over.
00:40:26
I don't look into Reddit Post that we win care.
00:40:34
It's not important whether United was raised is the quarterback for all time in the same study category for Spain.
00:40:43
Group Babies is Dean baseball record is really not what happens.
00:40:51
Game theory.
00:40:53
Nice is one only.
00:40:56
And as such, I think the only thing more legendary time passed.
00:41:09
But now, Johnny U i mean also something they don't talk about it.
00:41:16
And people love I my grandfather, but your lost ones that the guy called his own place to everything that the Colts ran was his play.
00:41:27
Call everything there, but that was what it waas quarterbacks.
00:41:39
At that time, it was their control.
00:41:42
All of that.
00:41:43
It was up to them What was ran.
00:41:45
So Johnny United number seven all time we now move on number six.
00:41:54
And after number six, Um, Sam, you conjoined us.
00:42:00
Um, after we break down number six.
00:42:04
All right, we had so far.
00:42:08
Munoz, Reggie White, Walter, unite us.
00:42:11
And now the second of the three quarterbacks on our top two, then you're gonna be revealed right now is Tom Brady is not It is not Break a member of the sandwich just drafted in the third round 1979 member The 4 979 1992 Remember the Kansas City Chiefs, 93 94 or a four time Super Bowl champion three times? You rule M v p.
00:42:50
Eight time Pro Bowler Free time for small pro to time in a felon v P 99 Offensive player of the year.
00:42:57
Um, the 1986 comeback player of the year is, well, member of the entities all decade team.
00:43:03
Somebody said that 100 anniversary all time team and of course, his number 16 shocker I know is retired by the 40 Niners and he won the national title National championship tonight.
00:43:17
He's every seven with Notre Dame.
00:43:20
Yeah, it was the guy you played quarterback for the 400 before.
00:43:23
Steve Young, That guy Joe Cool the Comeback kid.
00:43:29
Joe Montana, of course. Tom Brady.
00:43:35
Yes, I was.
00:43:36
I swear to God sent this is what I mean.
00:43:38
This is what we mean when we say we're closed.
00:43:39
I was That was my next thing.
00:43:42
My next drink was me going to say that that the only quarterback ranked higher Ben Joe Montana, grew up idolizing Joe Montana.
00:43:57
In fact, he was in attendance for Joe Montana's arguably probably most iconic game.
00:44:06
The catch as two in a row.
00:44:14
Oh, I TelePrompTer.
00:44:18
But like if we gave, you would think like, you're just like writing my script like Come on now with the script.
00:44:25
But let's watch some t on until that Brady kid came along the greatest quarterback of all time.
00:44:33
Of course, until that pretty guy, uh, begin the thing.
00:44:36
Okay, Joe.
00:44:38
Cool guy and navigating the way a lot of little across.
00:45:13
And it was here in Italy.
00:45:18
He Oh, wait.
00:45:30
Montana balls.
00:45:32
Ultimate women during his four backs with stronger arms released on moral chisel disease Getting legs that little black What happened? Worried, Uh, a sort of way How can this guy move around like you did? But you know, you can t Oh, wait, Just pass right there.
00:46:37
I was video king immediately.
00:46:43
There is a way you that way Exactly where everybody was going to be.
00:46:57
Not really the best way you knew that way.
00:47:21
It's about 23 on the final drive with, we were at ease.
00:47:32
We have the better quarterback way played in four Super Bowls and won them all victories, 11 touchdowns and no interceptions is the only three time Super Bowl MVP.
00:48:25
There may have been passers more of imposing physically and more impressive statistically, but no big game quarterback was Mawr all inspiring.
00:48:37
Second, it's you want to know? Can there? All right, now we're gonna doing here.
00:49:00
We way We have now reached our top five.
00:49:03
Gonna bring up talk about our top five in a second, But first I'm going.
00:49:06
Teoh, send this invite on over to Sam Federman and Sam will be joining us.
00:49:13
Here is we're gonna be breaking down a little more in detail numbers.
00:49:15
10 through six is going to join me again after we will break down numbers five through one.
00:49:23
All right.
00:49:32
You know, some guys.
00:49:52
So by this, I know this is kind of annoying, but just stay with me, okay? No.
00:50:13
There we go.
00:50:15
Invites sent.
00:50:19
Okay.
00:50:26
All right.
00:50:27
Sam Federman will be joining us in.
00:50:30
Well, this seems to get that was quick.
00:50:32
All right, ladies and gentlemen, joining us here is my clone.
00:50:40
I I was telling you exactly what you're saying.
00:50:44
It's like you're reading off a teleprompter of my mic.
00:50:46
Of what? I'm saying that Sam's ideas so I can't teleprompter anyway, then we have the same brain.
00:50:56
Yeah.
00:50:57
I mean, I can't say that you got much wrong there.
00:51:00
I I really like the way that you've ranked top 10 so far.
00:51:06
I mean, I would have had some changes, like just in general, but like, given the 10 players that you had, I think you've done the right thing.
00:51:19
The debate for me comes between Joe Montana and Dion Sanders.
00:51:25
All right, e u.
00:51:27
It was close.
00:51:29
I'm pretty sure Dion Sanders is your number five.
00:51:32
Who knows? You'll find out very soon.
00:51:34
Yeah, I I'm ready for this because I think because you've been telling me for the last month that you've been changing your top four.
00:51:46
I finally feel good about just in time.
00:51:55
It is so tight.
00:51:58
The top four.
00:51:59
No disrespect the player.
00:52:01
I had number five, but the top four to me are so like we'll get into this because you're gonna join us again after you're actually going me that's gonna be on my street.
00:52:12
Know you're right.
00:52:14
That's true.
00:52:16
Um, so not yours.
00:52:21
So I'm gonna go through each of these guys and just say what I think.
00:52:24
Is that all right? Yeah.
00:52:25
Go ahead.
00:52:26
All right. So what? Anthony Mood Eos.
00:52:28
I think you get the most dominant alignment and a, well, most dominant, the best lineman.
00:52:33
Maybe.
00:52:35
I think either Larry outsourced.
00:52:37
It was dominant.
00:52:38
Physically dominant. Yeah.
00:52:40
Yes.
00:52:41
And but with, you know, you can't You can't go wrong there any 66 to 78.
00:52:46
But he was, um you still sick by 66 by 66 So what I like to show.
00:52:53
Yeah, that dude is That dude is a massive human being, but not as a matter of some of the other guys, but he was just He was just a hell of an offensive lineman.
00:53:03
He blocked.
00:53:04
For what? To two different M v p quarterbacks? Yeah, didn't we say like Bruce Matthews blocked for two different superstar running backs? Yeah.
00:53:15
Um, but this man blocked for two different Hall. If always.
00:53:21
Are they both Hall of Famers who I'm tried? Lost track? The size is on the whole thing.
00:53:32
No.
00:53:33
10 Underpin is like the best player.
00:53:34
Not neither him and hold him actually really and options on a Hall of Famer.
00:53:38
He is probably the best player in the history.
00:53:40
Not, you know, he's an M V Day, but Tom Brady eligible for the Hall of Fame is Zach.
00:53:48
That yes, that is better canniness to model a hit on his go to his pro football reference stage.
00:53:57
He looks like rats.
00:53:58
Oh, no, he does.
00:54:01
He got that from entry mustache going.
00:54:03
It's incredible.
00:54:04
It's not just the mustache.
00:54:05
Is the hair to Yes, it screams 19 eighties, doesn't it? Screens Burt Reynolds? Yeah, with your partners.
00:54:15
Well, about the hunger great football players of all time.
00:54:17
We're still talking about Ken Anders Look, This fat, Mobius respect.
00:54:23
No disrespect, but okay, so movie.
00:54:28
Oh, right there.
00:54:29
What about Reggie White? Ready? White.
00:54:32
Who? I was a little bit shocked that you had a Miss Low.
00:54:35
I felt bad putting him this low.
00:54:38
I thought you'd be seven or six.
00:54:41
But then I remembered who you had. Rick. Seven.
00:54:44
Right.
00:54:46
And I was like, Nobody that that's not possible.
00:54:48
Reggie White is simply the most.
00:54:51
I believe him to be the most dominant non Lawrence Taylor player.
00:54:57
I'm defending side of the wall and edible history.
00:55:00
One more defensive player.
00:55:02
Yes.
00:55:03
And that man was only a defensive player.
00:55:05
He was a special see employer and unions of offense.
00:55:08
Some, Yeah, very little.
00:55:11
But people wears, have overrated is offensive.
00:55:16
He was good enough.
00:55:20
So I have a lot of bases.
00:55:22
Yeah. Oh, yeah.
00:55:24
I mean, I'm not taking away their play at a good level of offense, but people over the years have made it seem like he was one of the things I do agree with that you have to season in major league baseball where he had an O.
00:55:43
P. S plus of 130.
00:55:47
Really, it very good.
00:55:49
Very, very good.
00:55:50
When I think of Reggie White, I just think of pure or dominance yet.
00:55:54
And why do you Why we have so many dead people on this list.
00:55:59
That's that's sad.
00:56:01
But yeah, it's true.
00:56:04
Rest in peace.
00:56:05
Reggie White, Minister of Defense.
00:56:08
Right here. All right.
00:56:10
Walter Payton And I was So I was thinking right off.
00:56:13
No way you could have Reggie White this slow and then I was like, Okay, Walker, Peyton.
00:56:17
Okay, I understand another guy rest in peace, but seriously, this dude Waas Oh, my God.
00:56:26
He met everything to lead a boarding Kobe. Come.
00:56:29
It popped my head like a little video.
00:56:31
Agreed You It just makes so much sense.
00:56:34
Magui hadn't has no one ever brought it up.
00:56:38
It makes I have I mean, Peyton came along a lot later than Brown compared to the top 500 a few minutes, Michael around one around one because Peyton came on a lot later compared to when Kobe came on it in Jordan routes. It's Jordan.
00:56:53
Why? I think it was more of a father figure, brother.
00:56:57
What yet? Yeah.
00:56:58
Yeah, that's true.
00:57:00
But Walter Payton Sweetness, that dude, I mean, there's some when you think about records, Who you got in football? I think the rushing record when Jim Brown held it was probably I want to call it the most iconic record in football that they said it.
00:57:20
I'm studying for the call, but they say that's the equivalent.
00:57:23
Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's all time home run home run.
00:57:26
Yeah, but Khan Jim back.
00:57:28
Babe Ruth is a little different cause Babe Ruth played so long before this and was about and when Babe Ruth was dead before Hank Aaron played a major league game right victim who is dead in 1948? That was one year after the color barrier was broken.
00:57:47
Hey, Karen came on.
00:57:48
Played his first game in 50 a long time ago.
00:57:51
Born in love.
00:57:53
The point that out? Bigger? Yes, Baltimore born Break Born in red.
00:57:59
You know, there's accusing him of I dio.
00:58:02
He played his first professional game as a as a left handed shortstop for the Baltimore Orioles.
00:58:08
I actually do that cause I told it to, you know, act like I've known that for a while.
00:58:13
It's like one of those things like you brought Baltimore new.
00:58:16
Yeah, Grand back to this Johnny and I, by the way, another debt man rest in peace to him.
00:58:23
Okay, stop bringing that up.
00:58:27
Okay, Johnny, At least it makes a little more sense because he was a lot older when he passed, but I I've always liked Johnny Munitis you Norm.
00:58:40
And then I met you, the father of the position.
00:58:43
Oh, my God.
00:58:44
I did not realize how much you guys in Baltimore revere him until I He is true to this day.
00:58:53
Still a legend around here.
00:58:55
So you're more sports? Mount Rushmore.
00:58:59
Johnny and I s Cal Ripken.
00:59:01
Brooks Robinson, right? Ray Lewis? Yeah.
00:59:07
Or do you go and read over Brooks Robinson? Yeah.
00:59:11
Yeah, I promise.
00:59:12
Well, first of all, believe it or not, Brooks Robinson drive is about five minutes from my house.
00:59:19
Oh, wow.
00:59:20
That's awesome, Robinson.
00:59:24
But when there's a drive to Brooks Robinson, it is being caught.
00:59:30
And that's the thing with Johnny and itis when he throws.
00:59:33
When? When he throws that football, everybody in the world everybody in that stadium knows that everybody in that stadium is watching it super intently.
00:59:42
My grandfather told me the story about a game he went through with Unite us.
00:59:46
Um, he got hit like **** Butkus.
00:59:50
First Violin will go into much more detail.
00:59:52
Your ****ing name for football, he said.
00:59:57
He sat in the upper deck.
00:59:58
She said We could see the blood from his face.
01:00:02
It was bad.
01:00:03
You could hear a pin drop in there.
01:00:05
Probably.
01:00:06
They took him out on a cart to a local hospital about two blocks down.
01:00:13
He definitely had a concussion.
01:00:16
I heard back.
01:00:19
Where is the one that about three minutes left and wins them the game.
01:00:23
Beat the Bears? Yeah, Beef some way.
01:00:26
When there were the monsters of the midway on wins.
01:00:30
The colt a very important date.
01:00:33
That's awesome.
01:00:34
Yeah, he's about he said, like, stuff like that.
01:00:37
Like, First of all, I don't even think e means sure, like he kind of players could do that.
01:00:43
No one's gonna be allowed to do that.
01:00:44
Now it eggs? No, not even close.
01:00:48
Even if they work, I don't know if anyone in today's game could you.
01:00:54
All right, And then finally Number six Joe Cool.
01:00:57
Joe Montana, Montana.
01:00:59
You know this story? Super Amateur in the Super Bowl final drive.
01:01:04
He's so cool.
01:01:05
He spots John Candy John Candy, the actor.
01:01:11
Just what started before we get to like via mala cooler about the vision to want to find him o e.
01:01:23
How he's seen only one man and that there's only one other person in the entire world that I believe would be able to do that.
01:01:31
And that is my brother there.
01:01:35
I swear we are.
01:01:37
We're looking around.
01:01:38
We're on the power.
01:01:40
Were on the highway a mile ahead, hungry.
01:01:44
This he's got like my dad has creepily good ears.
01:01:52
I have a creepy good.
01:01:53
I have a creepily good sense of smell.
01:01:55
My brother is a creepily good vision.
01:01:57
I just don't get it.
01:02:00
This family there's your Sam Federman flung back to the day.
01:02:04
Yeah, maybe it was statistically really good.
01:02:09
No, God, that really Joe Flacco is more career passing I, but not statistically as good as some these other guys.
01:02:18
Oh, not even close.
01:02:20
But the aura around Joe Montana is so much it just elevates him to a status that he deserves.
01:02:32
That is just so much higher.
01:02:35
The aura around him elevates and so much higher than anything, almost anyone else sore, and it's deserved, as you said, four Super Bowl rings.
01:02:44
Yeah, it's not six, but for is still a hell of a lot of super boring.
01:02:48
So boring.
01:02:49
Oh, yeah, I feel really What? There's only three quarterbacks win four Super Bowls.
01:02:56
Yeah.
01:02:57
Yeah, Only 314 Yet where did you have Bradshaw? Non list closed out, right? I mean, had, uh 212 touchdowns, 210 interceptions, every four Super Bowl Rays.
01:03:17
I e.
01:03:20
Everyone through a lot of interceptions.
01:03:22
I mean, he was close.
01:03:23
It's not like I wasn't like, I don't mean he wasn't in the original list of, but I know she was on that list, but I do think that this did you sort it by position? Yes, I had, like, all of the quarterbacks that I consider So was Campbell, even on that? No, he wasn't.
01:03:49
Because he just looks like you're the only player, these single one single player.
01:03:55
So you know what I would do if I in this situation, what I always do when I'm making rankings? Even if I know, I know I looked about I must have solid and just for a type his name or what could have happened is that could have deleted to Rose by accident.
01:04:10
Something like that.
01:04:12
I know what I'm doing. Ranking.
01:04:14
I always write that at 1st I write.
01:04:18
I can't read my handwriting always.
01:04:20
So I can either.
01:04:22
But I always right here.
01:04:23
I can show you my list that I have made for my top for my all time at a B team.
01:04:33
It was basically Let me find it.
01:04:36
It was a list of like what? You guys.
01:04:41
Sorry, I just Sam, I want about 40 seconds before we get way.
01:04:47
I don't know if I can find it, but the list.
01:04:49
I know I haven't I don't have some list on here.
01:04:54
My guru Infighting Get to it from our sand. You could do it.
01:05:00
I'm just Any list that I haven't here is yes, like just I just wrote all these names, and it was like like the single greatest feat of my own handwriting when you know you need to read it.
01:05:16
Your handwriting just gets so much better across your Josh now, Sam.
01:05:23
Fancy graphics here.
01:05:25
We're down the top 50 yeah.
01:05:28
Who made that? Um, we had state power.
01:05:35
Dion, Jerry Rice, Lawrence Taylor, Jim Brown.
01:05:38
Tom, bring who's number one? So looking before I let you go, give me your predictions.
01:05:46
Who's five? Whose? 4321 All right.
01:05:50
I'll give you my predictions.
01:05:52
Yeah.
01:05:53
Who do you think? Five Dion five, um writes for it is not right.
01:06:01
It's not rice Brown ran for because there is nothing.
01:06:04
I can't make a prediction of it.
01:06:07
Then giving what I think it is.
01:06:09
Right, So And I have Dion five Brown for rice three Taylor to Brady one.
01:06:21
But I would not be surprised if you had anti arrangement of the top four, and I would be mad at you.
01:06:29
Brady's not one, but I would understand if you have any arrangement of the top four.
01:06:33
Here we go.
01:06:34
I'll see our channel power hour coming up just a little bit from now when we reveal what spot these five will be.
01:06:44
Sam, Thanks for joining me.
01:06:46
Get a commercial book? Yep.
01:06:48
We just get it back, all right.
01:06:54
Oh, there we go.
01:06:55
Ladies and gentlemen, here we go.
01:06:59
The top five, number five not gonna lie.
01:07:06
You guys is the easiest to predict and Sam obviously got it right.
01:07:12
It's not.
01:07:13
This is like the one that everyone knew was when the number five.
01:07:16
But I will tell you that the top four.
01:07:32
Okay, here we go.
01:07:36
Number five here is a player who is just I mean, you can sum it up in two words.
01:07:49
Prime.
01:07:52
The fifth overall pick in 1989 player in the Falcons and 89 93.
01:08:00
Play the Niners and 94 won a Super Bowl and then dipped.
01:08:04
You wanted their rivals.
01:08:06
Dallas, 95 to 99.
01:08:08
Wants to rule there as well.
01:08:10
Anyone to the Redskins in 2000 retired four years later.
01:08:15
Came back and played for the Ravens and a foreign oaf.
01:08:18
I believe or not.
01:08:19
Two times your world champion.
01:08:21
Eight time Pro Bowler, nine time first team All Pro.
01:08:26
A first team All Pro is that kick returner in 92 a first team All Pro is that were punt returner in 98 994 DVD Player of the Air 19 nineties First team All decade team are the corner 19 nineties first team all decade team as a punt returner.
01:08:42
The NFL 100 all time team where the fountains, Ring of honor and again.
01:08:48
53 Quinter sections.
01:08:49
10 defensive touchdowns, nine return touchdowns and 60 catches, some very three yards, three receiving touchdowns.
01:08:58
And he was a hell of a baseball player to play on the Yankees from 1989 1990 Member of The Brave from 91 to 94.
01:09:07
The Reds 94 95 Giants 95.
01:09:09
The Residency seven.
01:09:11
And then she doesn't one.
01:09:12
He excited to come back and play with Sonny Rhodes again, but to 63 39 home runs.
01:09:17
38 are 3868 R B I's 100 a six Stolen bases.
01:09:23
Neon Deon Prime Time looks a little bit like Santa Claus on TV now.
01:09:30
Dion Sanders.
01:09:33
You guys don't know how good Dion is the number five player of all time, and he has been on more teams than any other player on this list.
01:09:39
I think there are some players who have also been five, but nobody's been on more teams on the entire list.
01:09:47
Dion and is ranked number five.
01:09:52
I have disagreed with NFL Films rankings a good amount of times.
01:09:58
Um, I've done it.
01:10:01
But who? NFL films decided that Dion was ranked number 34.
01:10:08
I write this guy 34th.
01:10:12
I'm sorry, and I know I could do because I know for a fact Luke isn't watching it.
01:10:16
Don't do this, but no Lucas and watching.
01:10:18
So it's OK, that bull****.
01:10:20
I'm sorry that ISS the other is.
01:10:23
Why did it? Because I know looks not watching and he won't get well.
01:10:25
He would care, but he's not watching.
01:10:27
So sorry, Sandra gears on the clip to look.
01:10:30
All right, let's take a look here at Deal.
01:10:35
Apparently the 34th Greatest Player of all time now number 34 Beyond.
01:10:42
Didn't get on the scene until he played the University of Miami and wait my way.
01:11:12
I've ever seen todo way way in the first quarter of ISn't first NFL game.
01:11:32
Dion Sanders brought primetime Sunday afternoon another way.
01:11:44
His first game welcome.
01:11:47
The NFL buddy 14 seasons with five different genes.
01:11:59
Sanders returned kicks on, also played receiver, but he was most feared as a defensive back way, the way he starts the high step with 25 Dion Shuffle Dion considering a dirty bird, I feel like I was somewhat of a entertaining doing what I love to do.
01:12:56
You just can't today.
01:12:59
I think everybody who receives it gets all of the wait to say show boring means he's empty, you know, like a truck going over the drag.
01:13:11
The empty truck makes them hours noise.
01:13:13
Radio makes noise and years for full yourself off dealing quickly.
01:13:24
Quarter.
01:13:25
You're playing Street Guy thinking to gain rooted understanding the game way, way.
01:13:48
For years I think we owe wait game jaw on.
01:14:00
Li CEO Jerry Good Jerry.
01:14:10
Only Dion will make Jerry life to total touchdowns as a Raven Diaz Super Bowl rings with 40 Niners in 1994 in the cow goes He came with me on the and then and back them up with performances that in a sure he would also baby One of them isn't reason s.
01:14:39
I think that is just great.
01:14:41
Sadly died of a little What were seen a guy this work This hall That's what made him great.
01:14:51
He didn't read.
01:14:52
Still isn't It was a combination of coming together.
01:14:56
You get your Michael Jordan in the booth way.
01:15:08
Don't care, Cam.
01:15:10
Sorry.
01:15:11
I got a little aggressive there.
01:15:13
Sorry.
01:15:21
I have another guest cam, and it's just you have no place in this in this, Like lonely rain.
01:15:28
Maybe later.
01:15:29
But you have no place, right? You are nowhere near this list.
01:15:35
I am sorry.
01:15:36
I know that might hurt you, but you are nowhere near a top five player in history of football.
01:15:43
I'm not even sure if your top five value buzz in might not be he.
01:15:51
He's absolutely.
01:15:52
But anyway, I'm sorry I lost my train.
01:15:57
Oh, yeah.
01:15:58
Um Dion.
01:15:59
Yeah, he's pretty good.
01:16:00
He's pretty good. This whole football thing.
01:16:02
He's pretty of this whole sports thing in general.
01:16:06
What keys? Good sports.
01:16:11
Gifted.
01:16:12
My biggest rival of Super Bowl.
01:16:15
It's true.
01:16:17
It's true.
01:16:18
Very, very true.
01:16:20
But here's the thing.
01:16:23
All right, about prime time Dion Sanders.
01:16:26
Everyone knows that.
01:16:27
He played tooth to put three of you played free position because special teams does counter position.
01:16:33
Um, he also played baseball.
01:16:36
I mean, the guy's an athlete athlete, not a full of player.
01:16:40
He's an athlete.
01:16:42
That's all right.
01:16:45
We now move on to the top foreign as we kind of let I alluded to a Sam.
01:16:51
I was talking about but I instead of us for a while now.
01:16:54
Is that these top four? I will tell you I finished this list about six weeks ago.
01:17:02
Um, and I had numbers 135 locked.
01:17:09
They were love hi, miners while I your miss.
01:17:17
But numbers four through one have changed.
01:17:21
And I will tell you that number four and number two have been locked since yesterday.
01:17:30
Number three and number one were changed about two hours ago.
01:17:36
I flipped three and 12 hours ago.
01:17:39
At the end of the next I had a change of heart and moved number three to number one.
01:17:44
Number one of number three.
01:17:46
All right, enough find I have Sam and the other eight of you on the edges of your seats.
01:17:53
And it's time now to reveal number four.
01:17:58
Player of all Down You Waas, a linebacker from the New York Giants from 1981 1993 a two time Super Bowl champion, 10 time Pro Bowler, eight time first team All Pro Onley.
01:18:22
Him and Alan Page can say Onley.
01:18:26
Him and Alan Page can say that they are a defensive player.
01:18:31
That one M v p.
01:18:32
The Onley Very the most recent M v p on the defensive side of the football in football with this guy. He did it in 1986.
01:18:40
Nobody's done it since.
01:18:45
Yeah, shot Mark Moseley.
01:18:46
Um, he is a three time defensive player of the only having J.
01:18:51
J.
01:18:52
Watt can say that I would bring the stuff I thought the two time defensive rookie of the year.
01:18:57
But now it's not sure you want defensive rookie.
01:19:00
The year.
01:19:01
1981 number.
01:19:02
The 7500 anniversary all time Teens first team all decade.
01:19:05
1986.
01:19:06
Obviously, his numbers and tired with the Giants 132 and 1/2 sacks.
01:19:10
56 forced fumbles.
01:19:12
56 nine interceptions was an outside linebacker, nine bro at his nuts and without question.
01:19:25
And it's not even close.
01:19:27
It's not even close.
01:19:30
The greatest defensive player of altar with out questions.
01:19:40
And because we are now in the top four and also close, we got a little bit more in depth for these four videos.
01:19:47
So we're gonna go with NFL throwbacks.
01:19:50
13 minute video one lt if it gets too long and I cut it.
01:19:56
Here we go.
01:19:58
Oh, wait.
01:19:59
I forgot to do this.
01:20:00
Part number four is obviously Lawrence Taylor.
01:20:04
Now we can show you. Lt.
01:20:09
All right, Here we go.
01:20:10
Let's look at lt.
01:20:20
Oh, I'm not missing again.
01:20:28
Lt was a bad mother Back in San comes on the scene and we never see anybody.
01:20:38
That Broch Is that what she gets? The quarterback in this site? She's gonna get last defense of football player when the Most Valuable Player award.
01:20:48
Lawrence Taylor is going to be a force in this.
01:20:58
Playing for the Giants back in the old days.
01:21:00
Was exercising until 15 years without making the playoffs.
01:21:05
Got a draft, Taylor.
01:21:06
Any carnival, right? One day, maybe 56 years, Theo.
01:21:16
But you have a player.
01:21:19
Thanks, Shores.
01:21:26
He took the New York Giants who were awful right back.
01:21:30
Stop.
01:21:31
18 years since the way Happy Thanksgiving to you fast.
01:21:41
Had it back again with John Madden Lions and the Giants is going to be tough today because Lawrence Taylor isn't starting at linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
01:21:51
A skitter defensive line up for the Giants.
01:22:07
Sit down.
01:22:14
Left giants think they have the football.
01:22:16
Do you have a brand? Fantail? They were gets him from the outside.
01:22:21
First down, Lions comes talk about strong.
01:22:27
Mary Carson carries Harry Carson on this list.
01:22:32
He was 100 last second.
01:22:41
Some players, some great about dominated game, have some type of defensive players from the defense.
01:22:54
He just sort of use moves.
01:22:58
Any of us have not seen my answer. Everything.
01:23:03
If you don't know what you're doing.
01:23:13
James Brooks.
01:23:14
His first carry l c 56.
01:23:23
Theo.
01:23:34
Yeah, You're gonna be in trouble.
01:23:54
Lawrence Taylor.
01:23:56
This is Thanks.
01:24:03
Lights out.
01:24:08
Well, that's Lawrence Taylor on that one.
01:24:22
Mr Taylor.
01:24:34
Coming all the way around? Yeah, Anybody.
01:25:23
He's got a lot.
01:25:25
Taylor is in the right.
01:25:30
Learn way, Way again.
01:26:11
That are the New York Giants are winners.
01:26:25
Absolutely terrifying.
01:26:27
Guy had a motor that didn't stop.
01:26:29
There's Lawrence Taylor.
01:26:30
One man trying.
01:26:31
It can happen.
01:26:32
One man could not.
01:26:34
Guy will come off the and you knocked your quarterback in the next week.
01:26:40
You doing all right? We're gonna cut that here for lt.
01:26:49
We're now gonna move on for the next one.
01:26:55
Make sure we get everyone kind of getting, like 10 minutes each and spent 10 minutes on three.
01:27:00
That importantly toe won 30 10 minutes of the national Grandeau.
01:27:03
1 40 No.
01:27:05
Put 15 when you want 45 yet? Okay, So spent 15 on for 10 on 3 15 onto 15 on one.
01:27:13
Okay, that's how we're gonna do it.
01:27:14
All right, let's move on.
01:27:16
Here to number three.
01:27:22
Here we go.
01:27:28
We're down to three.
01:27:30
I am, for some reason, so nervous.
01:27:33
All right? In no particular order they are.
01:27:35
Jerry Rice, Jim Brown.
01:27:38
Tom Brady.
01:27:39
Tom Brady.
01:27:40
Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Jim Brown.
01:27:43
Tom Brady, Jerry Rice.
01:27:44
We could go in the order we want Year.
01:27:46
They are your top three.
01:27:49
Here we go.
01:27:51
Ah! All right.
01:27:54
Coming in here.
01:27:56
Thank you.
01:27:57
Number three.
01:28:00
Two hours ago, I had a number one the end of the next side of random change of heart and moved him down to three.
01:28:12
And he is unequivocally That's a good word.
01:28:15
That's a good word.
01:28:18
Good word, Josh.
01:28:19
Unequivocally by a mile by a mile.
01:28:24
And it is not even close to being close.
01:28:27
The greatest wide receiver to ever play a three time Super Bowl champion.
01:28:34
Super Bowl.
01:28:35
23 M v p.
01:28:37
13 time Pro Bowler, 10 time first team.
01:28:42
All pro two times.
01:28:43
Second team All Pro two time offensive player of the year.
01:28:51
And remember that fell 75th 1 just anniversary time Teams first team member of then use nineties.
01:28:56
All decade.
01:28:57
Team number.
01:28:58
Eighties I was he retired by the Niners that ever single men like meaningful receiving records got the NFL's all time career receiving receptions receiving are receiving touchdowns, total touchdowns and all purpose yards.
01:29:09
Records, although is going to Jerry Rice.
01:29:12
Webster said the name.
01:29:13
But yes, Number three is obviously Jerry. Right? Shocker.
01:29:15
I'll put it.
01:29:16
The banner.
01:29:17
Sudden UM, 1149 all summer.
01:29:19
22,000 and 95 yards record.
01:29:22
14.
01:29:23
8 yards per catch Only fell a record, but it's did.
01:29:25
That's a crazy number.
01:29:26
197 receiving touchdowns.
01:29:28
That's a record, the great great.
01:29:32
And you can make such a great argument to be the goat.
01:29:36
In fact, two hours ago I said he was the goat, and I'm not gonna discredit this a dancing with the stars runner up because his Wikipedia page also mentions that.
01:29:50
Cool.
01:29:51
I guess Number three is Jerry Rice.
01:29:58
Here we go.
01:30:00
Let's watch a video on the man many people and almost very, very nearly myself Called the dirt Football is number 80 Jerry Rice, who disagree shorts around who disagree with, you know, little ones with stops in clock out of the 43 yard line and down down with again 49 1st down way from the Patriots.
01:30:49
Very nearly.
01:30:50
Adams Is that a touchdown pass of the season? For Jerry writes.
01:31:13
How good is he has done in two years? Charlie Joiner to do.
01:31:18
It's seven years, 135 catches 2000 yards. Roy.
01:31:23
Did you notice how already Waas nine straight games with a touchdown pass for Cherry Rice In his less than three year career, Jerry Rice is had three touchdown as night.
01:31:41
He has three tonight, 34 for his career.
01:31:44
No other 49 receiver has had more than one touchdown before.
01:31:49
There it is again.
01:31:51
This is a great way.
01:32:03
Let it go.
01:32:04
That's number 21 step is jumping.
01:32:07
Yeah, all right.
01:32:20
You know, Sam brings up a great year.
01:32:24
I It's just like I wanted, like, play to be a longer you know what? You want to go back and we're gonna play I mean, anything from some number one.
01:32:32
We're gonna watch the NFL films for you because you're right, that they're just they're better.
01:32:37
So we're gonna go back here.
01:32:38
Um, before we watch Jerry Rice, we're gonna go back here and watch him lt Sorry.
01:32:48
Beyond way.
01:33:23
444 During the three and four, it's a full of free Oh, no, No.
01:33:30
Four Wait is this is a man issue you had never seen A rare traditional way proved to be a way Wait, wait.
01:34:28
Breaking way.
01:34:45
So later in the game situation comes on and you know, the gun doesn't say anything about this way.
01:35:10
There goes.
01:35:12
I did it again, didn't I? Yeah, I said, you did it again and I said, We don't even have what you're doing way.
01:35:27
Taylor's instated approach to the game for just 132 and 1/2 ***.
01:35:34
But it was His story will compete in a lithe you burn brighter Sunday.
01:36:03
Take control of the game.
01:36:09
I really think just like Black Way, my lord, I think he's a smooth That was the best.
01:36:51
That's the best that you do.
01:36:53
And he told me, Should I got through that were built.
01:36:58
You certainly are among the very greatest players ever.
01:37:09
All right, it is going to present.
01:37:13
Jerry writes.
01:37:17
Very flash 80 because that's really go.
01:37:25
But the greatest way.
01:37:27
A lot of really thinking.
01:37:28
Jerry Rice.
01:37:29
If you find a candle, ours I c e.
01:37:35
This dude is the bad dude right here.
01:37:39
The most dominant player that nine 154 miles could not way Theo, too, All the way you just put up earning for higher, angular Jerry Rice.
01:38:52
You're just It was a lot starting in three years on E did for two decades.
01:39:03
And if you look at his testes where he is were number 23 and four guy are he's accomplished.
01:39:20
Jerry Rice.
01:39:23
22,895 receiving yards.
01:39:28
1549 receptions.
01:39:34
208 the most in history.
01:39:38
No one else comes place.
01:39:41
Race dominated.
01:39:43
The record books is true.
01:39:45
Mastery was a preparation way, said some guys with worked out of a couple bad graze guest, crazy running up and down hills.
01:40:01
You cannot imagine this guy thing is best football playing two minute drill.
01:40:09
Eight games for the guys did a little bit of tithe games got bigger in the situations.
01:40:28
Jerry Rice played his best football.
01:40:31
Rice is a touchdown.
01:40:32
Catches in the Super Bowl or the most all time.
01:40:37
13 He's a champion of the whole thing.
01:40:46
Number one is when I meet and talking number seamers cut up reels to show around.
01:41:00
Well, post swing, you will see Jerry Rice shop.
01:41:26
They all know Jerry Rice plus three don't care camps.
01:41:49
All right, ladies and gentlemen.
01:41:52
Yeah, we've reached that moment.
01:41:56
We have two players.
01:42:00
One of them is the greatest of all time.
01:42:06
You know how I mean? Would it be if I cut the stream here and said you're gonna find out tomorrow? Like I just made you guys? But I would never do that.
01:42:14
I would never, ever do that.
01:42:17
But my God help me would be all right.
01:42:19
Come back tomorrow.
01:42:21
Goodbye and go.
01:42:22
Right now.
01:42:23
Waysh it.
01:42:24
Should I should I do? That should leave you guys suspense.
01:42:28
Nah, I'm not.
01:42:31
I'm not gonna do that.
01:42:33
All right.
01:42:34
This is it.
01:42:35
Tom Brady.
01:42:37
Jim Brown.
01:42:41
Here we go.
01:42:45
This is it.
01:42:47
The moment you've all been waiting for it is, my honor.
01:42:58
How should I actually have salmon and asking? How should I do it? Should I announce who were going to do number two first? I'm gonna go through number two first.
01:43:05
But who should I in Natche announced.
01:43:07
Number one or sign outs Number two.
01:43:12
And now someone.
01:43:13
Okay, ladies and gentlemen, the greatest football player of all time! Is it Jim Brown? Is it Jerry Rice? Two hours ago, I made it. Jerry Rice.
01:43:36
I've since had a change of heart.
01:43:40
And I've given that type that illustrious go there to another.
01:43:53
By the way, I'm not just leaving you dispense.
01:43:55
I'm getting a good picture, so give me one second.
01:43:58
Okay? I have given that number one illustrious goat title number one player of all time is way Go, Jim Brown.
01:44:24
It's Jim Brown.
01:44:26
I'm giving it to Jim Brown.
01:44:29
The goat is Jim Brown.
01:44:34
I'm sorry.
01:44:35
Sad.
01:44:38
I'm sorry.
01:44:40
I'm giving it to Jim.
01:44:41
Brad, I Tom Brady is number two.
01:44:46
I'm about to get yelled at for being too loud.
01:44:48
But that was a moment I've been waiting to do for six weeks and I'm excited.
01:44:52
But now, before we talk about that goat.
01:44:56
Let's talk about the greatest quarterback of all time, the number two player and absolutely legendary human being.
01:45:05
A six time Super Bowl champion four times Roll M v p.
01:45:09
Three time NFL M v p.
01:45:12
14 time Pro Bowler to time offensive player of the year, a member of Core, and now he plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
01:45:20
By the way, he's no longer remember that Patriots team you five bucks now Channel Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Braid, three time first team All Pro two time all.
01:45:31
It's a 2009 comeback player of the year.
01:45:39
The unanimous selection to these doesn't tend to like a team.
01:45:42
Obviously, I do love it.
01:45:45
I do love it.
01:45:47
I remember the NFL 100 all time Team 541 career touchdown, 74,500.
01:45:55
Everyone career yards.
01:45:57
He does have 1000 career rushing yards.
01:46:00
Was a grand felt Films piece, by the way, on that before you got it, it's amazing, but Tom Brady is my number two player of all time, and I would put up the NFL films paying for Brady, but I was going to 11.
01:46:16
Brady was not even halfway down his legacy, like, not even close.
01:46:21
So he was he 2011.
01:46:23
He was just like a great quarterback, using all time great hope and quarterback.
01:46:28
In the decades since they get it, he has elevated himself tremendously into the goat discussion and the goat quarterback.
01:46:42
So what I want to be an overall pick is I mean, it's 20.
01:46:47
It's 29 so I'm not gonna play all of it.
01:46:51
Um, but I am gonna play heart of the NFL, comes with Belichick, and Brady gets a little bit of it.
01:47:00
That because that's just it's a lot better.
01:47:02
And links is the 199th overall pick in the 2000 draft out of Michigan has had a storybook is a three four now.
01:47:17
Okay, I'm not dealing with that.
01:47:19
So give me a second.
01:47:21
Um, I'm gonna pull up a better one.
01:47:25
A saint clip, like, just a better one of it.
01:47:28
Here we go.
01:47:29
I went by just bits and pieces just too long.
01:47:33
Um, but it is great.
01:47:36
I will say that I get really, really good.
01:47:50
Yeah, I know it is.
01:47:54
I know it is. All right, Here we go.
01:47:57
the 199th overall pick in the 2000 draft out of Michigan has had a storybook rich I've got PD greatest.
01:48:17
Nobody's ever one more Super Bowls ever.
01:48:20
Been better.
01:48:29
And yes, he joins us right here at NFL Films that you see you town Brady Rich Rice on the 100 the NFL 100 all time team spot.
01:48:39
Well, it's pretty amazing.
01:48:40
I think you look at all the names and so many guys that I looked up to over the years.
01:48:44
There were my idols and heroes, and I love everyone that supported me and and really challenged me, especially Coach to be the best I could be.
01:48:53
And I'm going to stay here.
01:48:55
But I'm instead of doing it.
01:48:57
It started with an oh so ***y combine.
01:49:01
You already read that way.
01:49:04
All the way to worry is that it's on the Internet.
01:49:07
Hey, one Fisher, you never see you again.
01:49:11
And now the rate increase either Reminding rest already? No, we all have our story and I started a place and I was thought I was looking up at everybody, and I felt like I was looking up there, Buddy in high school and college, and certainly when I started in the pros and, um, you know, through a lot of helping a lot of support, I just learned, and I kept trying to get a little bit better in a little bit better and keep growing and keep evolving.
01:49:35
And I still feel like I'm trying to do that today.
01:49:37
Nobody knows this better than you do the journey of what you had in the beginning and when did you know that he was something a little different? But Thomas, Ah, special his rookie year, even though he didn't play his leadership that the other Rubies in the class We have been working class so them every day of practice and would run down the field on their offensive plays was clearly a leader on the field and then, you know, had a very good training camp in in 2001 1 kind of the crossroads was in the middle of 2001 season, we played the Rams.
01:50:10
That was the week that Drew had come back, and so I support the rebels between Tom and Drew that wiki and Iran's vetoes in the regular season game one Sunday night matter steps up fires.
01:50:29
I think that was I looked at the hard for anybody to play.
01:50:35
Well, well, I'm only going to have to solve a week against your little ones.
01:50:40
Hold on.
01:50:41
Hold on. Hold on. I'm sorry and my but I'm back.
01:51:12
I am back.
01:51:13
Okay? We're here. We're good.
01:51:17
Um, I don't know what the hell just happened.
01:51:21
I have absolutely no idea.
01:51:24
Like none the slightest.
01:51:26
However, I am back, and we're just gonna go right back into that.
01:51:29
Um, I really don't know what happened.
01:51:33
199 phono.
01:51:35
Now, where were we out of control? Drafted where? How we got was a real turning point, I would say, and anybody to play well on Lee getting half a rep.
01:51:52
So following week against New Orleans.
01:51:54
And I said, We're just going with Tom and he's gonna get autographs and he's gonna play.
01:51:57
That's what Mr Kraft pay me to do.
01:51:59
And that's what I'm gonna do.
01:52:00
I'm gonna make the decisions that I think our best for the football team.
01:52:03
Key AM has in teen people.
01:52:05
Avery well ahead of game.
01:52:07
And that's one of trademarks of Tom's careers.
01:52:11
Been a couple of games along the way.
01:52:12
Where has it been? Is best at the next game has always come back.
01:52:16
Outstanding needs.
01:52:17
That was a riel eligibility Turner When I would say in that season.
01:52:22
And ultimately in the evolution of Thomas, great career.
01:52:25
Well worked out.
01:52:26
This one done in a row.
01:52:27
From that point on, that actually was the right button push right there.
01:52:29
That was our last loss.
01:52:30
That here was the Rams game.
01:52:32
And, uh, you know, was it very well coached by May s, So I thought we gave ourselves a lot better chance We played in second find around.
01:52:41
But, um, you know that that was right.
01:52:44
In middle of season, there were five and five could have gone either way.
01:52:47
And Tom really came through force in a big way.
01:52:49
Start with that New Orleans.
01:52:50
Can Tommy, you wear that? He thought you were special part of the rookie class at the time.
01:52:56
Is that news to you right now or did you know that? Yes and no.
01:53:00
I mean, I think having the you can put me on the field, I knew that he was confident me and obviously over a lot of years of playing for him, I realized that he was always gonna play, you know, the person that he thought was best for the team.
01:53:11
He'll tell you all the time.
01:53:12
It doesn't matter where you come from, You know, I don't give where you were drafted.
01:53:17
Where how we got two year, you know you're gonna win.
01:53:20
And if you're not the best guy you know you're not playing.
01:53:23
I think that was a great opportunity for me.
01:53:25
It was someone who was a late round pick.
01:53:27
And you thank God that I was gonna get a lot more chances.
01:53:30
And no, it wasn't the case.
01:53:31
He felt like, You know, if you were on the team, you should along the practice field you delivered when it mattered the most.
01:53:38
And you know you were going to get another shot to get out there Play when it mattered the most.
01:53:41
That year was the Super Bowl, and a lot of people at the end of that game, you guys were went and and the Rams are greatest show on terms they are ripping in the fourth quarter, right? This thing is out of control.
01:53:56
Everybody's thinking all just go take a knee, Get this thing over time, you're not gonna win with Britain.
01:54:11
You put the ball in his hands and came up with the game winner.
01:54:14
Did you ever even remotely consider just taking a knee and get it over time? Way started pretty conservative, Louis.
01:54:22
And, um, Tom did a good job of manage that gamed out to J.
01:54:26
R.
01:54:27
Redmond.
01:54:28
He got out of bounds.
01:54:29
The big play really was Detroit Brown on underground brands are a three man Ross time angry reading before I got out of bounds on.
01:54:36
Then that really gave us a chance to set it up.
01:54:38
And, you know, Tom handled Leslie perfectly with a return route, the Wiggins at the position.
01:54:44
I felt like, you know, at that point, we're sending our best player on the field at a military out way hotness in that moment, you know, we have that.
01:55:19
He was a minute 21 around right around there and no timeouts, but we didn't have to go that far.
01:55:25
We had to kick a field goal when it was indoor, and no, Adam was an incredible player.
01:55:29
So, you know, for a quarterback when you're in that situation.
01:55:32
It's usually just one big play, you know, that allows you to, you know, one big chunk, and you've got a good chance.
01:55:38
And if you're a kid in the Super Bowl and this is the moment that you thought about your entire life, just it was just a day.
01:55:44
Well, I went to Michigan.
01:55:46
There was 110,000 people in that state exam Straight, you geo.
01:55:51
In a weird way, you not played in my fourth year in college.
01:55:55
We played the Citrus Bowl.
01:55:56
We came back and we threw a touchdown pass to win the game.
01:55:59
My fifth year, we played Alabama and Orange Bowl, and, you know, we wanted overtime.
01:56:04
So I ask, you kind of felt like others another bowl game.
01:56:07
I know that I get a chance to play any great and just It was just kind of I'm glad I didn't have the perspective of how hard it was to actually win the Super Bowl.
01:56:17
You know, I just thought, Well, yeah, I got one in Michigan and then I came and I got a chance to play for The Patriots were winning this year, and, um, it just kind of felt like it was a continuation of a lot of things that I had done.
01:56:28
But then it really realized how hard it wasn't about 2010 and 11 after we had one in a lot of years, God raising.
01:56:36
I never realized how hard it is to win.
01:56:38
The Super Bowl is hard to get there, and it's so hard to win it cause you know, you're fighting against all the odds.
01:56:44
So it was really a magical moment.
01:56:46
Remember, Easy and coach after the Super Bowl in New Orleans when both got in in the limousine, we probably were working off.
01:56:55
Probably not any sleep.
01:56:56
It already said Tongue.
01:56:58
Let you know you had a pretty good year.
01:57:03
Pretty magical ever since.
01:57:05
Well, this is pretty brave.
01:57:08
Unfortunately, I have to cut this and I really don't want it, because that's just incredible.
01:57:17
But I have to, because we're gonna be moving on here to number one.
01:57:22
He's the second greatest player of all time when I move on to the greatest player of all time, the number one single best player to ever do, and it's a full back, not a running back.
01:57:37
The fullback Jim Brown and I fell champion in 1964.
01:57:46
My grandfather was at that game, snuck away like he's like, stuck out of his house.
01:57:51
Parents, No idea.
01:57:53
Him and his friend drove to Cleveland.
01:57:56
Um, tow, watch that game.
01:57:59
And as because they were put against the Baltimore Colts in that game and in the snow, he watched the Colts lose 27 to nothing.
01:58:07
Yeah, he will never, ever forget that nine time Pro Bowler guy played nine years in the league Pro Bowl every single year.
01:58:14
Eight time first team All Pro three time NFL M v p.
01:58:18
He won his I am impressed.
01:58:19
You actually, um, three time NFL MVP in any 57 his rookie year. He wanted MVP.
01:58:25
Nobody else in a poster has ever done that.
01:58:27
Of course, you also won rookie of the year eight time rushing leader.
01:58:30
You lied. Lied in rushing yards.
01:58:32
Eight of his nine seasons leveling and touchdowns.
01:58:34
Five Was nine seasons obvious.
01:58:35
Remember that in sixties all decade.
01:58:37
Team member, 57 1500 anniversary all time change Number 32 timer the Browns and not only see the grace and about player of all time according to me and a lot of other players on people like he is the CFB 150 greatest college football player of all time.
01:58:52
A animus.
01:58:53
All American, 1986 Syracuse Orange number 44 obviously is retired 12,000 or 12 rushing or 5.
01:59:02
2 yards per carry higher and six touchdowns.
01:59:07
To understand you catches 1 2029 yards.
01:59:09
20 receiving test chance.
01:59:11
Yeah, I think he's in the Hall of Fame.
01:59:14
I would say I would say he's all Hall of Famer And of course, I was going to get to that one of the greatest lacrosse players of all time from Maryland.
01:59:30
I'm going to get to it, Sam.
01:59:32
I know I'm from Maryland.
01:59:34
Yes, he is a fantastic, arguably greatest lacrosse player of all time.
01:59:41
Jim Brown.
01:59:42
Here we go.
01:59:43
Now we have two videos here.
01:59:44
I'm sure this went there were shows.
01:59:46
100 piece thing is a picture of Jim Brown and treasure that very much.
01:59:56
But the words even warn Bird, a friend over 25 years.
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You ever a man of his word? That's where you are, of course.
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Presenting Jim Brown of all people appropriating the pop age diversity.
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Jim thought on Sundays.
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Uh, Windsor, his words that he was a God. Yeah.
02:00:53
No way.
02:00:55
Hurry.
02:00:56
No way.
02:00:57
Good touch.
02:00:58
Nobody was better and, uh, improved it every Sunday.
02:01:06
How fast? Yeah.
02:01:09
20 nine record setting season.
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Jim Brown leading Rushing A.
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Brown was three and is the only runner ever.
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Really.
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Over 100 yards per game and over five yards per carry for really so cold mantra.
02:01:42
I hate that word.
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Nice even. Never missed a game.
02:01:51
And I never laid on a football field.
02:01:55
I have basis ability with women.
02:01:59
But it was time playing.
02:02:04
I was there the way the NFL's all time leading rusher way, way.
02:02:36
I quit, but I was happy ahead.
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It is.
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I did all the things I wanted to do.
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What? I wanted to believe this.
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Talking to girls.
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Brown Reynolds first met when they were co stars in the 1969 Western 100 right way.
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So I thought it in another about 75 feet on a rock cut day, leaving her you.
02:03:10
No, I'm really getting sick of this.
02:03:15
I really Well, you weigh.
02:03:50
I was I sort of got cam all right, and we finishes off.
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Where? Final clip.
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That's Mary Anne Motley.
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I just had lowered it up.
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No.
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Are you married? Another guy? Just bear lead.
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And I mean, I'm talking barely missed out on this list.
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Um God, come on.
02:04:23
Where is it? I'm trying to find it.
02:04:26
Where is the gym Brammer for the Marion Motley old end of a 100 thing and not his really Here.
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I can't find the one with Bella Jack and all that, but I can find his game changers one.
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Where the top 100 game changer of all time obviously.
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So here we go.
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Let's watch this one.
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I remember this.
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Oh, uh, when I look at myself, God gave May a physique.
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This'll is Jim Brown.
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The most devastating ball carrier in the history of football was 62 £232.
02:05:06
And I had put this speed on the word got around that I was a different kind of an animal rial wild talent man.
02:05:17
See, my father made me understand.
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He's watching.
02:05:21
She don't run out of bounds.
02:05:22
You gonna put his head down? He gonna get some more.
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And when he got tackled he said.
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Watch how slow it, Kiddo.
02:05:30
He said, You know what? That is? He saying, Life, just get off slow cause you had to pick yourself a bunch of times and don't need to rush.
02:05:36
And this dude never missed a game.
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Every Sunday we watched Jim Brown was on the feet, Jim round the greatest back to ever play.
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He was a bad man, and not only on the field.
02:05:48
Brown.
02:05:49
Get an activist at on impact on me as well.
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Hey was around that time and what America was trying to change civil rights on.
02:05:59
For him to be an athlete and get involved was like inspirational managed way.
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Got to stand up, stay together with Jim Brown.
02:06:09
He also it was very keen on economic issues, which for most, like athletes state they never, ever were connected with that.
02:06:18
Jim Brown bringing together in ways that had nothing to do with a present searching and incredibly handsome good roles played incidental.
02:06:30
These I want more mental simulations.
02:06:34
I have, uh, end in the struggle that is taking place in our country.
02:06:40
It's with print was so big that they respect you have for him.
02:06:44
Now he's changed the game except the blueprint wanting respect the gas, warm his heart.
02:06:49
It is the best of all time.
02:06:51
You backing sixties, man.
02:06:55
Just you.
02:06:56
Me? So it was quite inspiration.
02:07:01
I'd say so.
02:07:03
Lay in general, the greatest football player to ever live is full back.
02:07:14
Jim Brown four.
02:07:18
I wrap this up.
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I will.
02:07:21
I will just want to say seriously in the bottom of her.
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Thank you to everyone who is watching all of this.
02:07:26
Um, thank you.
02:07:27
Anyone who's giving mankind advice on this This was the hardest thing I ever had to do.
02:07:31
Was making this less because my non it was difficult.
02:07:37
I started my lift with 3 39 names and slowly whittled it down to 128 and limiting 28 guys was an exhausting process and I mean exhausting.
02:07:49
And then that was what little I know.
02:07:51
It got so much harder than I had to rank the 100 guys.
02:07:55
I mean, I didn't have my final four.
02:07:59
I mean, I have my final four, but I have the final listings.
02:08:02
My Final 41 official final 41234 to to our deal about an hour before I started the show.
02:08:12
Tonight of unveiling this man, I think I turned out to be a pretty good product.
02:08:20
It's a product I can legitimately look back on and say I'm proud off.
02:08:25
I'm not gonna bore you.
02:08:27
Guys list up 100 names, and obviously the stream yard ticker is not giving up characters.
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I will go through the top 10.
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Number 10 is Anthony Munoz.
02:08:37
Number nine Reggie White.
02:08:39
Number eight Walter Payton.
02:08:41
Number seven John Munitis, Number six Joe Montana number five Dion Sanders.
02:08:49
Number four Lawrence Taylor number three Jerry Rice.
02:08:53
Number to Tom Brady.
02:08:55
Number one.
02:08:56
The greatest player of all time, Jim Brown.
02:09:01
All right, We're not done, though, because this stream is nearly over, But head on over to S s end power.
02:09:09
Our Sam Federman is channel or be breaking down the top 10.
02:09:15
I am sure to have a few choice words for putting Tom Brady at number two.
02:09:20
Re discussing this.
02:09:22
I'm excited. Here is lt story and all that.
02:09:24
So we're done from here.
02:09:25
But we're not done breaking that down with SSN power.
02:09:29
Our for that right now.
02:09:31
I'm a c got a few minutes.
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Could buy and go Rifkin's
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sorry.
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It took a little bit longer.
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By the way, here we owe this is it.
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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to no sleep til sports talk at an event that I have been waiting on for a long, long time.
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Over the next two hours, I will be unveiling my final turn.
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The top 10 best Sorry, Top 10. Greatest.
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There is a difference.
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Players in NFL history.
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I have, in case you couldn't tell so unbelievably excited for this episode here.
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And I mean, is gonna be fun.
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A reminder before we get started On who? The top 10 are in no particular order.
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Your top 10.
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Oh, Johnny unite us.
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Lawrence Taylor, Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Anthony Munoz, Walter Payton, Reggie White, Dion Sanders, Joe Montana, Lawrence Taylor and Tom Brady.
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And, yes, on Sam Channel.
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You can see it s s and power our immediately following this show.
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We will be live on his channel reacting, talking about an almost definitely debating the placements off my top 10 as of course, you mean he doesn't completely.
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Anyway, let's get things going with number 10.
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The number 10 greatest player of all time is the final offensive lineman on the list.
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The greatest offensive linemen of all kind of Rays.
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Dolphins attack about some of the question.
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A member in 11 time Pro Bowler.
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Nine time first team All Pro, The 1991 Man of the year member of the 19 eighties all decade team.
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Remember the NFL something better? 100 anniversary all time team playing the college world.
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Syriza's well, by the way, a great athlete.
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Great, great athlete.
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Later Joe. Number 10.
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All time.
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Anthony Moon Joo's is your number 10 player of all time.
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Of course, we have a video we could watch, but we have a couple more things to the top 10.
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We're ****ing up a little bit.
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So after the video, we're not just done moving on.
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You'll see, though. Get to that.
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So here we go.
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Let General number 10 player of all time Anthony Move. Use.
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Let's go.
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No, it's for the Bengals.
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With this draft took place, he went out of working about fourth grade.
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Winds up a defensive end or something? No, this is what I want you to do.
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It just a hand working the pro set, But But I mean four takes one step in Anthony Shop Maroon and Force A We're gonna drop this kid number one when Anthony Munoz was drafted.
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Wait, drafted this kid.
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How Anthony one goes quickly put to rest all concerns about his durability.
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In his 13 seasons, he missed only three games due to injury.
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When he first showed up, he looked like on extra in a banner movie here, Down here, curly rial dark mustache in East L.
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A Look, Do you show your stinking badges one of those guys, you know? And I wish I didn't have the first time that pulled around.
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Medios was a nine time All Pro and was named to the 19 eighties all decade team.
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Once he starts inside, you can start kind of finished the ball on the offensive line.
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Coach of the language in McNally.
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What, Anthony, I think come up with his own stance.
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I don't think you need a coach.
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He had general wide stance with the put way back, but he was athlete enough at his size that he given recover inside.
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He was perfect, absolutely perfect.
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The way set up, he gave defensive ends no place to go, man.
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He just devastated the world ends in this league.
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I mean, he put him on the ground off the line of scrimmage.
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She protected, recorded everything.
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He's the first big guy that I've ever come across that rand distances sustained condition at 65 to 75 to 80 10 12 miles to drink two times a week.
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OK, do that.
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His athleticism proved a vital and versatile asset.
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Sam washes up tempo, No huddle offense.
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We're thinking about buying.
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Anthony goes given Sunday is you're gonna be out there but used him for for your country place.
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Well, there's no walking.
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That's now.
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You're gonna be out there against Anti goes for 80 place.
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He's a feature as 80 times, not 40.
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Why 78? And he faked the down walking former assassin, the finding a new zone a lot.
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It was fun, especially the 1st 1 Sand washed his rookie year with the rookie quarterback Boomer Sison.
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I wouldn't crazy about the situation.
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Tackle was first and goal had the swore to take it in overtime and I would basically the finally receiver.
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So it was either catch the football that walk home from Cleveland, the first Bengals player to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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It was so consistently proficient for his entire career.
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The day he retired, I didn't see any difference in the way he played up into tackle, which is extraordinary.
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I mean, he was still just stuffing people.
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The last Grimmie's air driving him down.
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They never like grass races.
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Since anybody will ever make to this point under Israel, ever not saying much mean it's the banks don't have very rich history.
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I mean, the history that they have that is good almost isn't almost is entirely when this guy was on the team.
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Yes.
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By the way, there was a time where the Bangles were good.
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I know that might be hard to believe.
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Well, because this guy on the team and he was that good.
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I'm sorry.
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I'm a Ravens, Frank.
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You think I'm gonna rip bank? Come on.
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For real, like, all kidding aside, this is you can't not hate on the great.
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You mean you can't like, hate on the guy? He's the greatest left tackle of all.
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That is great about the alignment of all time.
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I mean, without a doubt the best offensive linemen of all time out of our best left tackle all time.
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Best tackle of all time on the guy. Also completed in positions.
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I mean, the guy is just incredible.
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Absolutely, incredibly good.
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That many, many things.
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I mean, I got again.
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The guy played in the College World Series.
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It wasn't just a football player.
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That was just another thing that he happened to be able to be able to do happen to be able to be able to do.
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Yeah, why not happen to be able to be able to do Orlando Pace is on the list.
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I mean, he was used, um, listed a while ago. I can tell exactly.
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Wasn't one second.
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Hold on.
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Who pulled up the list? I can tell you in Orlando.
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Pace.
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He was like, you is pretty high.
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Um, he was listed at.
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I can't find him.
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Where is he? Do it like this Orlando case.
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Uh, where are you? No, that didn't know, but just told me that it was on the top 100 list within the narrow it down, huh? Got I'm sorry.
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Everyone saying, um, Orlando pace was ranked number where you miss tonight.
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That might not be a size of blood, but we 77 number 77 list.
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I think that's a pretty good spot for him.
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If I do say so myself.
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An idea, Um, let's move on here to number nine, number 10 all time thinking there's no way we want you.
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Number nine.
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Okay, this one is a guy that I felt bad about putting as low as I did, which is crazy because he's the number nine rank for little player in the history of the game.
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But I do legitimately feel bad. Putting was low.
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Um, there's a guy that was drafted by the Memphis Showboats in 1984 1985.
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Then he wanted the Eagles of 1985 1992 number the Packers 93 98 then took a year off and then finished a member of the Carolina Panthers in 2000.
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Super Bowl 31 champion.
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A 13 time Pro Bowler, eight time first team All Pro five times, second team All Pro.
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Two time defensive player of the year.
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Led the NFL in sacks twice. First team.
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All USFL in 1985.
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Love.
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Let's in his career. Highlights.
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Member of the Packers and Eagles Hall of Fame.
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Remember the I thought so.
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Even 100 anniversary all time team of a foreseen all decades Remember 19 eighties and nineties is Number 92 was retired by the Packers and Eagles.
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This guy's George retired by two different teams.
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Onley Bruce Smith on Lee grew.
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Smith has more career tackles than the minister of defense.
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33 forced fumbles.
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Three interceptions at the offensive end is no joke, by the way as well as two touchdowns.
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Man.
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As incredible.
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Um, I mean, this'll guys absolutely incredible.
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The guy that called the minister of Defense or very What's the word? What's the word? Devout Christian? Um, just a great great player and one of the players that revolutionized free agency, of course.
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When free And she became a thing.
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I mean, with that friend.
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She was salary camp.
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Salary cap became a thing.
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The first truly great player to leave a team was this guy.
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The number nine greatest player of all time is the minister of Defense, Reggie White.
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All right, let's pull up a video here for the Minister of Defense, Reggie White.
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I mean, we're talking pure domination.
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It doesn't get much better read him before something pair for him.
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NFL films put him at number seven.
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Okay, Yes, I guess it does get eight better than him.
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Steve Young came to San Francisco.
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Hey, had played against for as you want in the old USFL.
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And, uh, you know, we were looking at home getting ready, relating wiggles.
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He was like, my God about it.
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Didn't take figure out.
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Don't take any chances of everybody way had double religion like everyone.
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Take a with God tonight.
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What changed your offensive In eight seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, readily White played in 121 games and recorded 124.
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*** no todo way.
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1992 season was free.
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Mykola Grant was preparing for his second year as the head coach in Green Bay.
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Very had a pretty about the player known as the minister of Defense and then be for signs and for seasons before days from Reggie's very devalues of Baptist majority in my absence, Master.
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So on a whim, I just phone him up and I left a message on his answering machine.
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Reggie, this is I want you to play in Green Bay.
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Fortunately, he has a great sense of humor, and he heard a terrific actually my voice and and, uh, he came to my office because it's for she could my That was pretty funny.
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I was good.
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So we want Ever signed has behind.
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It was a huge sign cause and people thought, Oh, but they really gone done, you know, it's too high.
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But you know what? He was worth.
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Every penny and Mawr eyes his first year with me against Denver.
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Remember, of money came.
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We need a sack.
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Desperately sad.
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John Elway.
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Two sacks tomorrow, right near the end of the game.
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Last game he was He made way, Theo way.
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I put it all together for person in allows to get seizing stays just that he have against John Elway.
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Monday night, Reggie White recorded it to his Super Bowl record.
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Three sacks on consecutive plays in the second half.
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Eyes replacement Tom Brady be on this list.
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Actually, game win the game and everyone you're in for people turned specialist.
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Grab control.
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Feel beautiful thing to see.
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That's incredible.
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It's also one of the greatest players of all time e.
00:22:18
I love how the go one the greatest players of all time they show, can you? Hey, that's just the thrill, Reggie White.
00:22:28
I mean, from a pure defensive end edge rusher type.
00:22:34
I can tell you it doesn't get better than him from a defensive end edge rusher.
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Of course there's a edge rusher, but more of a linebacker type that is appearing later and on the list.
00:22:51
But he is the highest ranked defensive end on this list.
00:22:56
And the second Hi. I'm sorry.
00:22:58
The third highest, right? It ranked defense of player on this list.
00:23:04
Um, and the highest rated defensive lineman on this list, the greatest defensive lineman full time the great.
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And I do not use that term lightly.
00:23:13
The great Reggie.
00:23:15
What? Sam, I'm sure I'm ready.
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Appear So what? We're gonna dio Well, actually, it's not my a g.
00:23:24
It was actually your idea that I'm gonna like completely unshakably unshakably unshaved.
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Leslie, is that a word? It is now unshaved Leslie Steel.
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Um when I'm done 10 through six.
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Come on on.
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We're gonna talk, and then we can do, um weaken.
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Recap it and then I'll get five through one and weaken.
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Recap that again.
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We could just go a little bit.
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Wonder in 2 a.
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m.
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if we have to.
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You down for that? You better say asked.
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There we go.
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All right.
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Anyway, let's move on.
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Here to number eight.
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This guy are my breasts.
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Um hate.
00:24:10
I don't know anybody from Sam.
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I mean, like, I feel like though football fanatics are very high and rightfully so are very high on this, right? Drafted at a Jackson State the number four overall pick in 97 5 years.
00:24:31
A number for you.
00:24:32
First thing get when you are the fourth overall pick and you went to Jackson State and you're the fourth overall pick that tells you how good you are.
00:24:44
That alone tells you how good he is.
00:24:51
Play on.
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Ah Bears from 1975 1987 to roll. 20 champion.
00:24:57
Nine time Pro Bowler.
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Seven time first team All Pro 1977 NFL M V p.
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Two time NFC.
00:25:04
Almost 977 Offensive player of the year 97 71 Man of the year.
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They're Ward was later renamed to be the blank blank Man of the Year Award.
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obviously know what is right legally and by legally I mean, I just don't say until I'm done.
00:25:20
My intro for him.
00:25:24
Um, he led the enemy.
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He is member of the NFL's 19 seventies and 19 eighties all decade team.
00:25:29
Remember the 75 100 anniversary all time teams with 34 is obviously retired by the Bears.
00:25:34
He ranked second all time in rushing yards and broke Jim Brown's iconic record.
00:25:40
I mean, the man they called Sweetness number eight all time is the late, great Reggie White by the really great well, the late great man, the myth, the legend and the second greatest running back to ever live.
00:26:02
Welter Pete.
00:26:05
All right, let's take a look at some sweetness highlights.
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Right here.
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Number eight player.
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Ever bring about Brad, You know you've done something right.
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NFL films haven't even higher number five.
00:26:22
And you know what sort of doing that we're gonna will look at ways we might We might I'm not sure.
00:26:29
Um, yeah.
00:26:33
Let's go with the NFL Films from this better be good, because, I mean, this is Walter.
00:26:39
What's on the matter Game? Greatest running back talking way way.
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Jim Brown that was never go out.
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E g.
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Getting something to go over here on the radio, Walter eight and was more than just a great runner who was the most complete football player in the history of the game.
00:28:12
To make that are, Sandi Ball would like a word.
00:28:15
But is your mark on all who washed him sore rushing? I don't know about that.
00:28:33
Perhaps his acrobatic touchdown jump sleep the mind 40 inch vertical.
00:28:38
At least it was his beard straight on that they remember most.
00:28:44
That's orders 275 yard performance against the Vikings despite the flu and 102 degrees video geek game for the authority.
00:28:57
I'm great runners.
00:28:58
It was Peyton's sheer will truly defined We warriors.
00:29:05
He was a great warrior.
00:29:08
If again, I was out of bounds because cornerback has coming up here.
00:29:12
That's not way to reach.
00:29:36
Finally, after 13 seasons, he stood at the brink of the all time rushing stomach.
00:29:43
Waiting for him was a great Jim Brown.
00:29:48
Well, they're stunning images, that is, they broke a rate and they did the wrong way because it would here for me.
00:29:57
But the way that he waas without a true disability.
00:30:01
Probably work way, way from back to **** every time.
00:30:38
Um, some I was actually thinking about is in many, many ways, like even like so many more ways.
00:30:46
Like I was thinking about it.
00:30:47
He hasn't like my original double.
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Remember, it was so true.
00:30:50
Even more, more so I make its compare.
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You might not like what other flu came.
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I can't think of a pizza game.
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Another iconic Chicago athlete.
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You're right, you're right.
00:30:57
Pizza gate to pizza. Game out food.
00:30:59
But Jordan and Kobe All right.
00:31:05
Jim Brown. Walter Payton.
00:31:07
Same thing.
00:31:10
Jordan was better, but Kobe Waas the guy carried on Jordan's legacy.
00:31:18
He wasn't as good, but he gave him a run for his money.
00:31:22
And there are people out there thinks they're better.
00:31:24
Unfortunately, there are other Come.
00:31:27
There's another thing that Kobe and water and force we have in common of dying way too young as well, and the other living past it and talking about how great they were and kind of like a father figure, not father figure.
00:31:43
I guess you could say as well with Jim Brown, and would you rather more praise warm a father figure than a big brother, little brother, Because they're a little bit more of an age difference.
00:31:53
Because a lot more of an age difference.
00:31:56
Um, but the same type of thing.
00:31:59
Low where a mentor.
00:32:03
I mean, I thought of it, but yeah, it Oh, no is exactly Jordan and Kobe the way that waas This is the original thing of that of where they carried on the legacy of the generation.
00:32:17
Before I thought that was a good come as I was watching this video.
00:32:22
It's very true.
00:32:25
All right, we now move on to number seven.
00:32:35
The first of three quarterbacks on the list.
00:32:41
Gonna come in here.
00:32:42
Number seven, This one.
00:32:50
He was pretty **** good.
00:32:53
Revolutionized the quarterback position.
00:32:57
Everyone knows of him as the great Baltimore coat, but he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the ninth round, the ninth round of the 1955 draft.
00:33:09
We're both he and Len Dawson and Bobby Lane.
00:33:14
We're all cut.
00:33:17
They were all cut in favor of another quarterback on that quarterback's name.
00:33:22
I am blanking one at the very.
00:33:25
He then became a construction worker in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, just to try and support his family.
00:33:33
After that, they played some pro football on, and they played football after and um, And then on the weekends, he played quarterback, safety and partner on a local semi protein called the Bloomfield's Rams.
00:33:53
Forget this $6 a game.
00:33:58
And then, after doing that, one of the games were the Bloomfield round put against was they played against a lineman.
00:34:08
I'm sorry.
00:34:09
I remember that team with a lineman named Jim Dig Olo.
00:34:12
Dig Olu, I think, is what is gender Gold? Um, and he was scheduled workout for the Baltimore Colts.
00:34:20
He decided to bring this guy ahead of him.
00:34:25
Legendary head coach Weeb Ewbank liked him.
00:34:27
The rest is history.
00:34:29
This guy goes on to revolutionizing the quarterback position and winning the greatest game ever.
00:34:35
Play that Vivaki NFL championship, which revolutionized pro football and kick started into what it is today.
00:34:44
A three time NFL champion role.
00:34:47
Five M v p.
00:34:48
10 time Pro Bowler five time first team All Pro three time NFL M v p.
00:34:56
A four time NFL passing leader, four time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns.
00:35:02
Um, like insect, 19 sixties old like 18 everything that felt.
00:35:05
50th 75th and 100 anniversary.
00:35:06
All time team is number 19 is obviously retired by the Colts.
00:35:10
Number 16 Tired by Louisville The great, the Golden Arm.
00:35:19
Johnny, unite us.
00:35:23
Hold on.
00:35:24
I just rather of putting the team home.
00:35:32
Here we go.
00:35:33
Johnny unites.
00:35:38
He then, of course, did finish off his career and the Chargers in 73 God, it's a 70 Sandy just pointed out to you. I'm sorry.
00:35:48
I can actually do that. I just type it in around.
00:35:50
Oops.
00:35:52
You're faster percent.
00:35:53
Right, Sam? When you change that real quick.
00:35:57
Yeah.
00:35:58
Okay, I signed up.
00:36:01
This is my guy here to Johnny United.
00:36:03
Suitcase.
00:36:06
You guys couldn't tell growing up in Baltimore? Have my grandfather.
00:36:08
Obviously, I've mentioned so many times in the shell.
00:36:10
Uh, I mean, this is Johnny you here with Okay, he came out of the okay, Let's find a good video here about United.
00:36:23
I want to find a really going or one that I'm for this, like one that somebody really tried.
00:36:30
Teoh Um show Agreed.
00:36:35
This guy really waas This work is NFL from Clint.
00:36:40
Obviously they ranking at number six.
00:36:42
I got him a crane father this day.
00:36:46
Still as Mitt one, you came out of the blue.
00:36:51
Nobody knew one didn't look like a football player.
00:36:54
Didn't act like a star, right, which was in town.
00:37:01
That was just perfect.
00:37:04
Full of was.
00:37:15
Eventually everyone would know the name of this obscure former semi pro water back Johnny United.
00:37:22
His career came in.
00:37:27
This'll is somebody.
00:37:35
And that's just the way many fine glamour.
00:37:54
And so when we began toe win, more of all, the more it would have meant any other city and everything that's in any way have nothing else.
00:38:06
Tonight is a role for us.
00:38:09
Absolutely.
00:38:13
You notices career defining performance in the 1958 NFL championship game helped change the course of NFL.
00:38:23
Yep, position was great.
00:38:28
Two minute Drill it.
00:38:29
Yeah, nobody never talked that sort of thing before.
00:38:32
The idea that you were gonna move down the field getting being, being being like that it was really a concept, and I just threw for 349 yards and directed a game tying drive With time running out Theun in an unprecedented sudden death overtime period, he threw the Giants off balance with his bold, unpredictable play calling and led the Colts Tonto Theo way, Tom, You want five? Kashin was head of the American mind.
00:39:26
On every leatherbacks is whether it ISS on the Mannings.
00:39:33
Ready where? Placed in that some planets away.
00:39:39
Descendants.
00:39:40
Johnny United's on that December day theme from 1957 through 1960.
00:39:52
Johnny News set a record for touchdown pass in 47 consecutive record.
00:40:01
Still, freeze Broke it united with seven.
00:40:15
Roe is catched spent walking.
00:40:20
I never knew that passes in every ballgame and setting some kind of over.
00:40:26
I don't look into Reddit Post that we win care.
00:40:34
It's not important whether United was raised is the quarterback for all time in the same study category for Spain.
00:40:43
Group Babies is Dean baseball record is really not what happens.
00:40:51
Game theory.
00:40:53
Nice is one only.
00:40:56
And as such, I think the only thing more legendary time passed.
00:41:09
But now, Johnny U i mean also something they don't talk about it.
00:41:16
And people love I my grandfather, but your lost ones that the guy called his own place to everything that the Colts ran was his play.
00:41:27
Call everything there, but that was what it waas quarterbacks.
00:41:39
At that time, it was their control.
00:41:42
All of that.
00:41:43
It was up to them What was ran.
00:41:45
So Johnny United number seven all time we now move on number six.
00:41:54
And after number six, Um, Sam, you conjoined us.
00:42:00
Um, after we break down number six.
00:42:04
All right, we had so far.
00:42:08
Munoz, Reggie White, Walter, unite us.
00:42:11
And now the second of the three quarterbacks on our top two, then you're gonna be revealed right now is Tom Brady is not It is not Break a member of the sandwich just drafted in the third round 1979 member The 4 979 1992 Remember the Kansas City Chiefs, 93 94 or a four time Super Bowl champion three times? You rule M v p.
00:42:50
Eight time Pro Bowler Free time for small pro to time in a felon v P 99 Offensive player of the year.
00:42:57
Um, the 1986 comeback player of the year is, well, member of the entities all decade team.
00:43:03
Somebody said that 100 anniversary all time team and of course, his number 16 shocker I know is retired by the 40 Niners and he won the national title National championship tonight.
00:43:17
He's every seven with Notre Dame.
00:43:20
Yeah, it was the guy you played quarterback for the 400 before.
00:43:23
Steve Young, That guy Joe Cool the Comeback kid.
00:43:29
Joe Montana, of course. Tom Brady.
00:43:35
Yes, I was.
00:43:36
I swear to God sent this is what I mean.
00:43:38
This is what we mean when we say we're closed.
00:43:39
I was That was my next thing.
00:43:42
My next drink was me going to say that that the only quarterback ranked higher Ben Joe Montana, grew up idolizing Joe Montana.
00:43:57
In fact, he was in attendance for Joe Montana's arguably probably most iconic game.
00:44:06
The catch as two in a row.
00:44:14
Oh, I TelePrompTer.
00:44:18
But like if we gave, you would think like, you're just like writing my script like Come on now with the script.
00:44:25
But let's watch some t on until that Brady kid came along the greatest quarterback of all time.
00:44:33
Of course, until that pretty guy, uh, begin the thing.
00:44:36
Okay, Joe.
00:44:38
Cool guy and navigating the way a lot of little across.
00:45:13
And it was here in Italy.
00:45:18
He Oh, wait.
00:45:30
Montana balls.
00:45:32
Ultimate women during his four backs with stronger arms released on moral chisel disease Getting legs that little black What happened? Worried, Uh, a sort of way How can this guy move around like you did? But you know, you can t Oh, wait, Just pass right there.
00:46:37
I was video king immediately.
00:46:43
There is a way you that way Exactly where everybody was going to be.
00:46:57
Not really the best way you knew that way.
00:47:21
It's about 23 on the final drive with, we were at ease.
00:47:32
We have the better quarterback way played in four Super Bowls and won them all victories, 11 touchdowns and no interceptions is the only three time Super Bowl MVP.
00:48:25
There may have been passers more of imposing physically and more impressive statistically, but no big game quarterback was Mawr all inspiring.
00:48:37
Second, it's you want to know? Can there? All right, now we're gonna doing here.
00:49:00
We way We have now reached our top five.
00:49:03
Gonna bring up talk about our top five in a second, But first I'm going.
00:49:06
Teoh, send this invite on over to Sam Federman and Sam will be joining us.
00:49:13
Here is we're gonna be breaking down a little more in detail numbers.
00:49:15
10 through six is going to join me again after we will break down numbers five through one.
00:49:23
All right.
00:49:32
You know, some guys.
00:49:52
So by this, I know this is kind of annoying, but just stay with me, okay? No.
00:50:13
There we go.
00:50:15
Invites sent.
00:50:19
Okay.
00:50:26
All right.
00:50:27
Sam Federman will be joining us in.
00:50:30
Well, this seems to get that was quick.
00:50:32
All right, ladies and gentlemen, joining us here is my clone.
00:50:40
I I was telling you exactly what you're saying.
00:50:44
It's like you're reading off a teleprompter of my mic.
00:50:46
Of what? I'm saying that Sam's ideas so I can't teleprompter anyway, then we have the same brain.
00:50:56
Yeah.
00:50:57
I mean, I can't say that you got much wrong there.
00:51:00
I I really like the way that you've ranked top 10 so far.
00:51:06
I mean, I would have had some changes, like just in general, but like, given the 10 players that you had, I think you've done the right thing.
00:51:19
The debate for me comes between Joe Montana and Dion Sanders.
00:51:25
All right, e u.
00:51:27
It was close.
00:51:29
I'm pretty sure Dion Sanders is your number five.
00:51:32
Who knows? You'll find out very soon.
00:51:34
Yeah, I I'm ready for this because I think because you've been telling me for the last month that you've been changing your top four.
00:51:46
I finally feel good about just in time.
00:51:55
It is so tight.
00:51:58
The top four.
00:51:59
No disrespect the player.
00:52:01
I had number five, but the top four to me are so like we'll get into this because you're gonna join us again after you're actually going me that's gonna be on my street.
00:52:12
Know you're right.
00:52:14
That's true.
00:52:16
Um, so not yours.
00:52:21
So I'm gonna go through each of these guys and just say what I think.
00:52:24
Is that all right? Yeah.
00:52:25
Go ahead.
00:52:26
All right. So what? Anthony Mood Eos.
00:52:28
I think you get the most dominant alignment and a, well, most dominant, the best lineman.
00:52:33
Maybe.
00:52:35
I think either Larry outsourced.
00:52:37
It was dominant.
00:52:38
Physically dominant. Yeah.
00:52:40
Yes.
00:52:41
And but with, you know, you can't You can't go wrong there any 66 to 78.
00:52:46
But he was, um you still sick by 66 by 66 So what I like to show.
00:52:53
Yeah, that dude is That dude is a massive human being, but not as a matter of some of the other guys, but he was just He was just a hell of an offensive lineman.
00:53:03
He blocked.
00:53:04
For what? To two different M v p quarterbacks? Yeah, didn't we say like Bruce Matthews blocked for two different superstar running backs? Yeah.
00:53:15
Um, but this man blocked for two different Hall. If always.
00:53:21
Are they both Hall of Famers who I'm tried? Lost track? The size is on the whole thing.
00:53:32
No.
00:53:33
10 Underpin is like the best player.
00:53:34
Not neither him and hold him actually really and options on a Hall of Famer.
00:53:38
He is probably the best player in the history.
00:53:40
Not, you know, he's an M V Day, but Tom Brady eligible for the Hall of Fame is Zach.
00:53:48
That yes, that is better canniness to model a hit on his go to his pro football reference stage.
00:53:57
He looks like rats.
00:53:58
Oh, no, he does.
00:54:01
He got that from entry mustache going.
00:54:03
It's incredible.
00:54:04
It's not just the mustache.
00:54:05
Is the hair to Yes, it screams 19 eighties, doesn't it? Screens Burt Reynolds? Yeah, with your partners.
00:54:15
Well, about the hunger great football players of all time.
00:54:17
We're still talking about Ken Anders Look, This fat, Mobius respect.
00:54:23
No disrespect, but okay, so movie.
00:54:28
Oh, right there.
00:54:29
What about Reggie White? Ready? White.
00:54:32
Who? I was a little bit shocked that you had a Miss Low.
00:54:35
I felt bad putting him this low.
00:54:38
I thought you'd be seven or six.
00:54:41
But then I remembered who you had. Rick. Seven.
00:54:44
Right.
00:54:46
And I was like, Nobody that that's not possible.
00:54:48
Reggie White is simply the most.
00:54:51
I believe him to be the most dominant non Lawrence Taylor player.
00:54:57
I'm defending side of the wall and edible history.
00:55:00
One more defensive player.
00:55:02
Yes.
00:55:03
And that man was only a defensive player.
00:55:05
He was a special see employer and unions of offense.
00:55:08
Some, Yeah, very little.
00:55:11
But people wears, have overrated is offensive.
00:55:16
He was good enough.
00:55:20
So I have a lot of bases.
00:55:22
Yeah. Oh, yeah.
00:55:24
I mean, I'm not taking away their play at a good level of offense, but people over the years have made it seem like he was one of the things I do agree with that you have to season in major league baseball where he had an O.
00:55:43
P. S plus of 130.
00:55:47
Really, it very good.
00:55:49
Very, very good.
00:55:50
When I think of Reggie White, I just think of pure or dominance yet.
00:55:54
And why do you Why we have so many dead people on this list.
00:55:59
That's that's sad.
00:56:01
But yeah, it's true.
00:56:04
Rest in peace.
00:56:05
Reggie White, Minister of Defense.
00:56:08
Right here. All right.
00:56:10
Walter Payton And I was So I was thinking right off.
00:56:13
No way you could have Reggie White this slow and then I was like, Okay, Walker, Peyton.
00:56:17
Okay, I understand another guy rest in peace, but seriously, this dude Waas Oh, my God.
00:56:26
He met everything to lead a boarding Kobe. Come.
00:56:29
It popped my head like a little video.
00:56:31
Agreed You It just makes so much sense.
00:56:34
Magui hadn't has no one ever brought it up.
00:56:38
It makes I have I mean, Peyton came along a lot later than Brown compared to the top 500 a few minutes, Michael around one around one because Peyton came on a lot later compared to when Kobe came on it in Jordan routes. It's Jordan.
00:56:53
Why? I think it was more of a father figure, brother.
00:56:57
What yet? Yeah.
00:56:58
Yeah, that's true.
00:57:00
But Walter Payton Sweetness, that dude, I mean, there's some when you think about records, Who you got in football? I think the rushing record when Jim Brown held it was probably I want to call it the most iconic record in football that they said it.
00:57:20
I'm studying for the call, but they say that's the equivalent.
00:57:23
Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's all time home run home run.
00:57:26
Yeah, but Khan Jim back.
00:57:28
Babe Ruth is a little different cause Babe Ruth played so long before this and was about and when Babe Ruth was dead before Hank Aaron played a major league game right victim who is dead in 1948? That was one year after the color barrier was broken.
00:57:47
Hey, Karen came on.
00:57:48
Played his first game in 50 a long time ago.
00:57:51
Born in love.
00:57:53
The point that out? Bigger? Yes, Baltimore born Break Born in red.
00:57:59
You know, there's accusing him of I dio.
00:58:02
He played his first professional game as a as a left handed shortstop for the Baltimore Orioles.
00:58:08
I actually do that cause I told it to, you know, act like I've known that for a while.
00:58:13
It's like one of those things like you brought Baltimore new.
00:58:16
Yeah, Grand back to this Johnny and I, by the way, another debt man rest in peace to him.
00:58:23
Okay, stop bringing that up.
00:58:27
Okay, Johnny, At least it makes a little more sense because he was a lot older when he passed, but I I've always liked Johnny Munitis you Norm.
00:58:40
And then I met you, the father of the position.
00:58:43
Oh, my God.
00:58:44
I did not realize how much you guys in Baltimore revere him until I He is true to this day.
00:58:53
Still a legend around here.
00:58:55
So you're more sports? Mount Rushmore.
00:58:59
Johnny and I s Cal Ripken.
00:59:01
Brooks Robinson, right? Ray Lewis? Yeah.
00:59:07
Or do you go and read over Brooks Robinson? Yeah.
00:59:11
Yeah, I promise.
00:59:12
Well, first of all, believe it or not, Brooks Robinson drive is about five minutes from my house.
00:59:19
Oh, wow.
00:59:20
That's awesome, Robinson.
00:59:24
But when there's a drive to Brooks Robinson, it is being caught.
00:59:30
And that's the thing with Johnny and itis when he throws.
00:59:33
When? When he throws that football, everybody in the world everybody in that stadium knows that everybody in that stadium is watching it super intently.
00:59:42
My grandfather told me the story about a game he went through with Unite us.
00:59:46
Um, he got hit like **** Butkus.
00:59:50
First Violin will go into much more detail.
00:59:52
Your ****ing name for football, he said.
00:59:57
He sat in the upper deck.
00:59:58
She said We could see the blood from his face.
01:00:02
It was bad.
01:00:03
You could hear a pin drop in there.
01:00:05
Probably.
01:00:06
They took him out on a cart to a local hospital about two blocks down.
01:00:13
He definitely had a concussion.
01:00:16
I heard back.
01:00:19
Where is the one that about three minutes left and wins them the game.
01:00:23
Beat the Bears? Yeah, Beef some way.
01:00:26
When there were the monsters of the midway on wins.
01:00:30
The colt a very important date.
01:00:33
That's awesome.
01:00:34
Yeah, he's about he said, like, stuff like that.
01:00:37
Like, First of all, I don't even think e means sure, like he kind of players could do that.
01:00:43
No one's gonna be allowed to do that.
01:00:44
Now it eggs? No, not even close.
01:00:48
Even if they work, I don't know if anyone in today's game could you.
01:00:54
All right, And then finally Number six Joe Cool.
01:00:57
Joe Montana, Montana.
01:00:59
You know this story? Super Amateur in the Super Bowl final drive.
01:01:04
He's so cool.
01:01:05
He spots John Candy John Candy, the actor.
01:01:11
Just what started before we get to like via mala cooler about the vision to want to find him o e.
01:01:23
How he's seen only one man and that there's only one other person in the entire world that I believe would be able to do that.
01:01:31
And that is my brother there.
01:01:35
I swear we are.
01:01:37
We're looking around.
01:01:38
We're on the power.
01:01:40
Were on the highway a mile ahead, hungry.
01:01:44
This he's got like my dad has creepily good ears.
01:01:52
I have a creepy good.
01:01:53
I have a creepily good sense of smell.
01:01:55
My brother is a creepily good vision.
01:01:57
I just don't get it.
01:02:00
This family there's your Sam Federman flung back to the day.
01:02:04
Yeah, maybe it was statistically really good.
01:02:09
No, God, that really Joe Flacco is more career passing I, but not statistically as good as some these other guys.
01:02:18
Oh, not even close.
01:02:20
But the aura around Joe Montana is so much it just elevates him to a status that he deserves.
01:02:32
That is just so much higher.
01:02:35
The aura around him elevates and so much higher than anything, almost anyone else sore, and it's deserved, as you said, four Super Bowl rings.
01:02:44
Yeah, it's not six, but for is still a hell of a lot of super boring.
01:02:48
So boring.
01:02:49
Oh, yeah, I feel really What? There's only three quarterbacks win four Super Bowls.
01:02:56
Yeah.
01:02:57
Yeah, Only 314 Yet where did you have Bradshaw? Non list closed out, right? I mean, had, uh 212 touchdowns, 210 interceptions, every four Super Bowl Rays.
01:03:17
I e.
01:03:20
Everyone through a lot of interceptions.
01:03:22
I mean, he was close.
01:03:23
It's not like I wasn't like, I don't mean he wasn't in the original list of, but I know she was on that list, but I do think that this did you sort it by position? Yes, I had, like, all of the quarterbacks that I consider So was Campbell, even on that? No, he wasn't.
01:03:49
Because he just looks like you're the only player, these single one single player.
01:03:55
So you know what I would do if I in this situation, what I always do when I'm making rankings? Even if I know, I know I looked about I must have solid and just for a type his name or what could have happened is that could have deleted to Rose by accident.
01:04:10
Something like that.
01:04:12
I know what I'm doing. Ranking.
01:04:14
I always write that at 1st I write.
01:04:18
I can't read my handwriting always.
01:04:20
So I can either.
01:04:22
But I always right here.
01:04:23
I can show you my list that I have made for my top for my all time at a B team.
01:04:33
It was basically Let me find it.
01:04:36
It was a list of like what? You guys.
01:04:41
Sorry, I just Sam, I want about 40 seconds before we get way.
01:04:47
I don't know if I can find it, but the list.
01:04:49
I know I haven't I don't have some list on here.
01:04:54
My guru Infighting Get to it from our sand. You could do it.
01:05:00
I'm just Any list that I haven't here is yes, like just I just wrote all these names, and it was like like the single greatest feat of my own handwriting when you know you need to read it.
01:05:16
Your handwriting just gets so much better across your Josh now, Sam.
01:05:23
Fancy graphics here.
01:05:25
We're down the top 50 yeah.
01:05:28
Who made that? Um, we had state power.
01:05:35
Dion, Jerry Rice, Lawrence Taylor, Jim Brown.
01:05:38
Tom, bring who's number one? So looking before I let you go, give me your predictions.
01:05:46
Who's five? Whose? 4321 All right.
01:05:50
I'll give you my predictions.
01:05:52
Yeah.
01:05:53
Who do you think? Five Dion five, um writes for it is not right.
01:06:01
It's not rice Brown ran for because there is nothing.
01:06:04
I can't make a prediction of it.
01:06:07
Then giving what I think it is.
01:06:09
Right, So And I have Dion five Brown for rice three Taylor to Brady one.
01:06:21
But I would not be surprised if you had anti arrangement of the top four, and I would be mad at you.
01:06:29
Brady's not one, but I would understand if you have any arrangement of the top four.
01:06:33
Here we go.
01:06:34
I'll see our channel power hour coming up just a little bit from now when we reveal what spot these five will be.
01:06:44
Sam, Thanks for joining me.
01:06:46
Get a commercial book? Yep.
01:06:48
We just get it back, all right.
01:06:54
Oh, there we go.
01:06:55
Ladies and gentlemen, here we go.
01:06:59
The top five, number five not gonna lie.
01:07:06
You guys is the easiest to predict and Sam obviously got it right.
01:07:12
It's not.
01:07:13
This is like the one that everyone knew was when the number five.
01:07:16
But I will tell you that the top four.
01:07:32
Okay, here we go.
01:07:36
Number five here is a player who is just I mean, you can sum it up in two words.
01:07:49
Prime.
01:07:52
The fifth overall pick in 1989 player in the Falcons and 89 93.
01:08:00
Play the Niners and 94 won a Super Bowl and then dipped.
01:08:04
You wanted their rivals.
01:08:06
Dallas, 95 to 99.
01:08:08
Wants to rule there as well.
01:08:10
Anyone to the Redskins in 2000 retired four years later.
01:08:15
Came back and played for the Ravens and a foreign oaf.
01:08:18
I believe or not.
01:08:19
Two times your world champion.
01:08:21
Eight time Pro Bowler, nine time first team All Pro.
01:08:26
A first team All Pro is that kick returner in 92 a first team All Pro is that were punt returner in 98 994 DVD Player of the Air 19 nineties First team All decade team are the corner 19 nineties first team all decade team as a punt returner.
01:08:42
The NFL 100 all time team where the fountains, Ring of honor and again.
01:08:48
53 Quinter sections.
01:08:49
10 defensive touchdowns, nine return touchdowns and 60 catches, some very three yards, three receiving touchdowns.
01:08:58
And he was a hell of a baseball player to play on the Yankees from 1989 1990 Member of The Brave from 91 to 94.
01:09:07
The Reds 94 95 Giants 95.
01:09:09
The Residency seven.
01:09:11
And then she doesn't one.
01:09:12
He excited to come back and play with Sonny Rhodes again, but to 63 39 home runs.
01:09:17
38 are 3868 R B I's 100 a six Stolen bases.
01:09:23
Neon Deon Prime Time looks a little bit like Santa Claus on TV now.
01:09:30
Dion Sanders.
01:09:33
You guys don't know how good Dion is the number five player of all time, and he has been on more teams than any other player on this list.
01:09:39
I think there are some players who have also been five, but nobody's been on more teams on the entire list.
01:09:47
Dion and is ranked number five.
01:09:52
I have disagreed with NFL Films rankings a good amount of times.
01:09:58
Um, I've done it.
01:10:01
But who? NFL films decided that Dion was ranked number 34.
01:10:08
I write this guy 34th.
01:10:12
I'm sorry, and I know I could do because I know for a fact Luke isn't watching it.
01:10:16
Don't do this, but no Lucas and watching.
01:10:18
So it's OK, that bull****.
01:10:20
I'm sorry that ISS the other is.
01:10:23
Why did it? Because I know looks not watching and he won't get well.
01:10:25
He would care, but he's not watching.
01:10:27
So sorry, Sandra gears on the clip to look.
01:10:30
All right, let's take a look here at Deal.
01:10:35
Apparently the 34th Greatest Player of all time now number 34 Beyond.
01:10:42
Didn't get on the scene until he played the University of Miami and wait my way.
01:11:12
I've ever seen todo way way in the first quarter of ISn't first NFL game.
01:11:32
Dion Sanders brought primetime Sunday afternoon another way.
01:11:44
His first game welcome.
01:11:47
The NFL buddy 14 seasons with five different genes.
01:11:59
Sanders returned kicks on, also played receiver, but he was most feared as a defensive back way, the way he starts the high step with 25 Dion Shuffle Dion considering a dirty bird, I feel like I was somewhat of a entertaining doing what I love to do.
01:12:56
You just can't today.
01:12:59
I think everybody who receives it gets all of the wait to say show boring means he's empty, you know, like a truck going over the drag.
01:13:11
The empty truck makes them hours noise.
01:13:13
Radio makes noise and years for full yourself off dealing quickly.
01:13:24
Quarter.
01:13:25
You're playing Street Guy thinking to gain rooted understanding the game way, way.
01:13:48
For years I think we owe wait game jaw on.
01:14:00
Li CEO Jerry Good Jerry.
01:14:10
Only Dion will make Jerry life to total touchdowns as a Raven Diaz Super Bowl rings with 40 Niners in 1994 in the cow goes He came with me on the and then and back them up with performances that in a sure he would also baby One of them isn't reason s.
01:14:39
I think that is just great.
01:14:41
Sadly died of a little What were seen a guy this work This hall That's what made him great.
01:14:51
He didn't read.
01:14:52
Still isn't It was a combination of coming together.
01:14:56
You get your Michael Jordan in the booth way.
01:15:08
Don't care, Cam.
01:15:10
Sorry.
01:15:11
I got a little aggressive there.
01:15:13
Sorry.
01:15:21
I have another guest cam, and it's just you have no place in this in this, Like lonely rain.
01:15:28
Maybe later.
01:15:29
But you have no place, right? You are nowhere near this list.
01:15:35
I am sorry.
01:15:36
I know that might hurt you, but you are nowhere near a top five player in history of football.
01:15:43
I'm not even sure if your top five value buzz in might not be he.
01:15:51
He's absolutely.
01:15:52
But anyway, I'm sorry I lost my train.
01:15:57
Oh, yeah.
01:15:58
Um Dion.
01:15:59
Yeah, he's pretty good.
01:16:00
He's pretty good. This whole football thing.
01:16:02
He's pretty of this whole sports thing in general.
01:16:06
What keys? Good sports.
01:16:11
Gifted.
01:16:12
My biggest rival of Super Bowl.
01:16:15
It's true.
01:16:17
It's true.
01:16:18
Very, very true.
01:16:20
But here's the thing.
01:16:23
All right, about prime time Dion Sanders.
01:16:26
Everyone knows that.
01:16:27
He played tooth to put three of you played free position because special teams does counter position.
01:16:33
Um, he also played baseball.
01:16:36
I mean, the guy's an athlete athlete, not a full of player.
01:16:40
He's an athlete.
01:16:42
That's all right.
01:16:45
We now move on to the top foreign as we kind of let I alluded to a Sam.
01:16:51
I was talking about but I instead of us for a while now.
01:16:54
Is that these top four? I will tell you I finished this list about six weeks ago.
01:17:02
Um, and I had numbers 135 locked.
01:17:09
They were love hi, miners while I your miss.
01:17:17
But numbers four through one have changed.
01:17:21
And I will tell you that number four and number two have been locked since yesterday.
01:17:30
Number three and number one were changed about two hours ago.
01:17:36
I flipped three and 12 hours ago.
01:17:39
At the end of the next I had a change of heart and moved number three to number one.
01:17:44
Number one of number three.
01:17:46
All right, enough find I have Sam and the other eight of you on the edges of your seats.
01:17:53
And it's time now to reveal number four.
01:17:58
Player of all Down You Waas, a linebacker from the New York Giants from 1981 1993 a two time Super Bowl champion, 10 time Pro Bowler, eight time first team All Pro Onley.
01:18:22
Him and Alan Page can say Onley.
01:18:26
Him and Alan Page can say that they are a defensive player.
01:18:31
That one M v p.
01:18:32
The Onley Very the most recent M v p on the defensive side of the football in football with this guy. He did it in 1986.
01:18:40
Nobody's done it since.
01:18:45
Yeah, shot Mark Moseley.
01:18:46
Um, he is a three time defensive player of the only having J.
01:18:51
J.
01:18:52
Watt can say that I would bring the stuff I thought the two time defensive rookie of the year.
01:18:57
But now it's not sure you want defensive rookie.
01:19:00
The year.
01:19:01
1981 number.
01:19:02
The 7500 anniversary all time Teens first team all decade.
01:19:05
1986.
01:19:06
Obviously, his numbers and tired with the Giants 132 and 1/2 sacks.
01:19:10
56 forced fumbles.
01:19:12
56 nine interceptions was an outside linebacker, nine bro at his nuts and without question.
01:19:25
And it's not even close.
01:19:27
It's not even close.
01:19:30
The greatest defensive player of altar with out questions.
01:19:40
And because we are now in the top four and also close, we got a little bit more in depth for these four videos.
01:19:47
So we're gonna go with NFL throwbacks.
01:19:50
13 minute video one lt if it gets too long and I cut it.
01:19:56
Here we go.
01:19:58
Oh, wait.
01:19:59
I forgot to do this.
01:20:00
Part number four is obviously Lawrence Taylor.
01:20:04
Now we can show you. Lt.
01:20:09
All right, Here we go.
01:20:10
Let's look at lt.
01:20:20
Oh, I'm not missing again.
01:20:28
Lt was a bad mother Back in San comes on the scene and we never see anybody.
01:20:38
That Broch Is that what she gets? The quarterback in this site? She's gonna get last defense of football player when the Most Valuable Player award.
01:20:48
Lawrence Taylor is going to be a force in this.
01:20:58
Playing for the Giants back in the old days.
01:21:00
Was exercising until 15 years without making the playoffs.
01:21:05
Got a draft, Taylor.
01:21:06
Any carnival, right? One day, maybe 56 years, Theo.
01:21:16
But you have a player.
01:21:19
Thanks, Shores.
01:21:26
He took the New York Giants who were awful right back.
01:21:30
Stop.
01:21:31
18 years since the way Happy Thanksgiving to you fast.
01:21:41
Had it back again with John Madden Lions and the Giants is going to be tough today because Lawrence Taylor isn't starting at linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
01:21:51
A skitter defensive line up for the Giants.
01:22:07
Sit down.
01:22:14
Left giants think they have the football.
01:22:16
Do you have a brand? Fantail? They were gets him from the outside.
01:22:21
First down, Lions comes talk about strong.
01:22:27
Mary Carson carries Harry Carson on this list.
01:22:32
He was 100 last second.
01:22:41
Some players, some great about dominated game, have some type of defensive players from the defense.
01:22:54
He just sort of use moves.
01:22:58
Any of us have not seen my answer. Everything.
01:23:03
If you don't know what you're doing.
01:23:13
James Brooks.
01:23:14
His first carry l c 56.
01:23:23
Theo.
01:23:34
Yeah, You're gonna be in trouble.
01:23:54
Lawrence Taylor.
01:23:56
This is Thanks.
01:24:03
Lights out.
01:24:08
Well, that's Lawrence Taylor on that one.
01:24:22
Mr Taylor.
01:24:34
Coming all the way around? Yeah, Anybody.
01:25:23
He's got a lot.
01:25:25
Taylor is in the right.
01:25:30
Learn way, Way again.
01:26:11
That are the New York Giants are winners.
01:26:25
Absolutely terrifying.
01:26:27
Guy had a motor that didn't stop.
01:26:29
There's Lawrence Taylor.
01:26:30
One man trying.
01:26:31
It can happen.
01:26:32
One man could not.
01:26:34
Guy will come off the and you knocked your quarterback in the next week.
01:26:40
You doing all right? We're gonna cut that here for lt.
01:26:49
We're now gonna move on for the next one.
01:26:55
Make sure we get everyone kind of getting, like 10 minutes each and spent 10 minutes on three.
01:27:00
That importantly toe won 30 10 minutes of the national Grandeau.
01:27:03
1 40 No.
01:27:05
Put 15 when you want 45 yet? Okay, So spent 15 on for 10 on 3 15 onto 15 on one.
01:27:13
Okay, that's how we're gonna do it.
01:27:14
All right, let's move on.
01:27:16
Here to number three.
01:27:22
Here we go.
01:27:28
We're down to three.
01:27:30
I am, for some reason, so nervous.
01:27:33
All right? In no particular order they are.
01:27:35
Jerry Rice, Jim Brown.
01:27:38
Tom Brady.
01:27:39
Tom Brady.
01:27:40
Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Jim Brown.
01:27:43
Tom Brady, Jerry Rice.
01:27:44
We could go in the order we want Year.
01:27:46
They are your top three.
01:27:49
Here we go.
01:27:51
Ah! All right.
01:27:54
Coming in here.
01:27:56
Thank you.
01:27:57
Number three.
01:28:00
Two hours ago, I had a number one the end of the next side of random change of heart and moved him down to three.
01:28:12
And he is unequivocally That's a good word.
01:28:15
That's a good word.
01:28:18
Good word, Josh.
01:28:19
Unequivocally by a mile by a mile.
01:28:24
And it is not even close to being close.
01:28:27
The greatest wide receiver to ever play a three time Super Bowl champion.
01:28:34
Super Bowl.
01:28:35
23 M v p.
01:28:37
13 time Pro Bowler, 10 time first team.
01:28:42
All pro two times.
01:28:43
Second team All Pro two time offensive player of the year.
01:28:51
And remember that fell 75th 1 just anniversary time Teams first team member of then use nineties.
01:28:56
All decade.
01:28:57
Team number.
01:28:58
Eighties I was he retired by the Niners that ever single men like meaningful receiving records got the NFL's all time career receiving receptions receiving are receiving touchdowns, total touchdowns and all purpose yards.
01:29:09
Records, although is going to Jerry Rice.
01:29:12
Webster said the name.
01:29:13
But yes, Number three is obviously Jerry. Right? Shocker.
01:29:15
I'll put it.
01:29:16
The banner.
01:29:17
Sudden UM, 1149 all summer.
01:29:19
22,000 and 95 yards record.
01:29:22
14.
01:29:23
8 yards per catch Only fell a record, but it's did.
01:29:25
That's a crazy number.
01:29:26
197 receiving touchdowns.
01:29:28
That's a record, the great great.
01:29:32
And you can make such a great argument to be the goat.
01:29:36
In fact, two hours ago I said he was the goat, and I'm not gonna discredit this a dancing with the stars runner up because his Wikipedia page also mentions that.
01:29:50
Cool.
01:29:51
I guess Number three is Jerry Rice.
01:29:58
Here we go.
01:30:00
Let's watch a video on the man many people and almost very, very nearly myself Called the dirt Football is number 80 Jerry Rice, who disagree shorts around who disagree with, you know, little ones with stops in clock out of the 43 yard line and down down with again 49 1st down way from the Patriots.
01:30:49
Very nearly.
01:30:50
Adams Is that a touchdown pass of the season? For Jerry writes.
01:31:13
How good is he has done in two years? Charlie Joiner to do.
01:31:18
It's seven years, 135 catches 2000 yards. Roy.
01:31:23
Did you notice how already Waas nine straight games with a touchdown pass for Cherry Rice In his less than three year career, Jerry Rice is had three touchdown as night.
01:31:41
He has three tonight, 34 for his career.
01:31:44
No other 49 receiver has had more than one touchdown before.
01:31:49
There it is again.
01:31:51
This is a great way.
01:32:03
Let it go.
01:32:04
That's number 21 step is jumping.
01:32:07
Yeah, all right.
01:32:20
You know, Sam brings up a great year.
01:32:24
I It's just like I wanted, like, play to be a longer you know what? You want to go back and we're gonna play I mean, anything from some number one.
01:32:32
We're gonna watch the NFL films for you because you're right, that they're just they're better.
01:32:37
So we're gonna go back here.
01:32:38
Um, before we watch Jerry Rice, we're gonna go back here and watch him lt Sorry.
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444 During the three and four, it's a full of free Oh, no, No.
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Four Wait is this is a man issue you had never seen A rare traditional way proved to be a way Wait, wait.
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Breaking way.
01:34:45
So later in the game situation comes on and you know, the gun doesn't say anything about this way.
01:35:10
There goes.
01:35:12
I did it again, didn't I? Yeah, I said, you did it again and I said, We don't even have what you're doing way.
01:35:27
Taylor's instated approach to the game for just 132 and 1/2 ***.
01:35:34
But it was His story will compete in a lithe you burn brighter Sunday.
01:36:03
Take control of the game.
01:36:09
I really think just like Black Way, my lord, I think he's a smooth That was the best.
01:36:51
That's the best that you do.
01:36:53
And he told me, Should I got through that were built.
01:36:58
You certainly are among the very greatest players ever.
01:37:09
All right, it is going to present.
01:37:13
Jerry writes.
01:37:17
Very flash 80 because that's really go.
01:37:25
But the greatest way.
01:37:27
A lot of really thinking.
01:37:28
Jerry Rice.
01:37:29
If you find a candle, ours I c e.
01:37:35
This dude is the bad dude right here.
01:37:39
The most dominant player that nine 154 miles could not way Theo, too, All the way you just put up earning for higher, angular Jerry Rice.
01:38:52
You're just It was a lot starting in three years on E did for two decades.
01:39:03
And if you look at his testes where he is were number 23 and four guy are he's accomplished.
01:39:20
Jerry Rice.
01:39:23
22,895 receiving yards.
01:39:28
1549 receptions.
01:39:34
208 the most in history.
01:39:38
No one else comes place.
01:39:41
Race dominated.
01:39:43
The record books is true.
01:39:45
Mastery was a preparation way, said some guys with worked out of a couple bad graze guest, crazy running up and down hills.
01:40:01
You cannot imagine this guy thing is best football playing two minute drill.
01:40:09
Eight games for the guys did a little bit of tithe games got bigger in the situations.
01:40:28
Jerry Rice played his best football.
01:40:31
Rice is a touchdown.
01:40:32
Catches in the Super Bowl or the most all time.
01:40:37
13 He's a champion of the whole thing.
01:40:46
Number one is when I meet and talking number seamers cut up reels to show around.
01:41:00
Well, post swing, you will see Jerry Rice shop.
01:41:26
They all know Jerry Rice plus three don't care camps.
01:41:49
All right, ladies and gentlemen.
01:41:52
Yeah, we've reached that moment.
01:41:56
We have two players.
01:42:00
One of them is the greatest of all time.
01:42:06
You know how I mean? Would it be if I cut the stream here and said you're gonna find out tomorrow? Like I just made you guys? But I would never do that.
01:42:14
I would never, ever do that.
01:42:17
But my God help me would be all right.
01:42:19
Come back tomorrow.
01:42:21
Goodbye and go.
01:42:22
Right now.
01:42:23
Waysh it.
01:42:24
Should I should I do? That should leave you guys suspense.
01:42:28
Nah, I'm not.
01:42:31
I'm not gonna do that.
01:42:33
All right.
01:42:34
This is it.
01:42:35
Tom Brady.
01:42:37
Jim Brown.
01:42:41
Here we go.
01:42:45
This is it.
01:42:47
The moment you've all been waiting for it is, my honor.
01:42:58
How should I actually have salmon and asking? How should I do it? Should I announce who were going to do number two first? I'm gonna go through number two first.
01:43:05
But who should I in Natche announced.
01:43:07
Number one or sign outs Number two.
01:43:12
And now someone.
01:43:13
Okay, ladies and gentlemen, the greatest football player of all time! Is it Jim Brown? Is it Jerry Rice? Two hours ago, I made it. Jerry Rice.
01:43:36
I've since had a change of heart.
01:43:40
And I've given that type that illustrious go there to another.
01:43:53
By the way, I'm not just leaving you dispense.
01:43:55
I'm getting a good picture, so give me one second.
01:43:58
Okay? I have given that number one illustrious goat title number one player of all time is way Go, Jim Brown.
01:44:24
It's Jim Brown.
01:44:26
I'm giving it to Jim Brown.
01:44:29
The goat is Jim Brown.
01:44:34
I'm sorry.
01:44:35
Sad.
01:44:38
I'm sorry.
01:44:40
I'm giving it to Jim.
01:44:41
Brad, I Tom Brady is number two.
01:44:46
I'm about to get yelled at for being too loud.
01:44:48
But that was a moment I've been waiting to do for six weeks and I'm excited.
01:44:52
But now, before we talk about that goat.
01:44:56
Let's talk about the greatest quarterback of all time, the number two player and absolutely legendary human being.
01:45:05
A six time Super Bowl champion four times Roll M v p.
01:45:09
Three time NFL M v p.
01:45:12
14 time Pro Bowler to time offensive player of the year, a member of Core, and now he plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
01:45:20
By the way, he's no longer remember that Patriots team you five bucks now Channel Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Braid, three time first team All Pro two time all.
01:45:31
It's a 2009 comeback player of the year.
01:45:39
The unanimous selection to these doesn't tend to like a team.
01:45:42
Obviously, I do love it.
01:45:45
I do love it.
01:45:47
I remember the NFL 100 all time Team 541 career touchdown, 74,500.
01:45:55
Everyone career yards.
01:45:57
He does have 1000 career rushing yards.
01:46:00
Was a grand felt Films piece, by the way, on that before you got it, it's amazing, but Tom Brady is my number two player of all time, and I would put up the NFL films paying for Brady, but I was going to 11.
01:46:16
Brady was not even halfway down his legacy, like, not even close.
01:46:21
So he was he 2011.
01:46:23
He was just like a great quarterback, using all time great hope and quarterback.
01:46:28
In the decades since they get it, he has elevated himself tremendously into the goat discussion and the goat quarterback.
01:46:42
So what I want to be an overall pick is I mean, it's 20.
01:46:47
It's 29 so I'm not gonna play all of it.
01:46:51
Um, but I am gonna play heart of the NFL, comes with Belichick, and Brady gets a little bit of it.
01:47:00
That because that's just it's a lot better.
01:47:02
And links is the 199th overall pick in the 2000 draft out of Michigan has had a storybook is a three four now.
01:47:17
Okay, I'm not dealing with that.
01:47:19
So give me a second.
01:47:21
Um, I'm gonna pull up a better one.
01:47:25
A saint clip, like, just a better one of it.
01:47:28
Here we go.
01:47:29
I went by just bits and pieces just too long.
01:47:33
Um, but it is great.
01:47:36
I will say that I get really, really good.
01:47:50
Yeah, I know it is.
01:47:54
I know it is. All right, Here we go.
01:47:57
the 199th overall pick in the 2000 draft out of Michigan has had a storybook rich I've got PD greatest.
01:48:17
Nobody's ever one more Super Bowls ever.
01:48:20
Been better.
01:48:29
And yes, he joins us right here at NFL Films that you see you town Brady Rich Rice on the 100 the NFL 100 all time team spot.
01:48:39
Well, it's pretty amazing.
01:48:40
I think you look at all the names and so many guys that I looked up to over the years.
01:48:44
There were my idols and heroes, and I love everyone that supported me and and really challenged me, especially Coach to be the best I could be.
01:48:53
And I'm going to stay here.
01:48:55
But I'm instead of doing it.
01:48:57
It started with an oh so ***y combine.
01:49:01
You already read that way.
01:49:04
All the way to worry is that it's on the Internet.
01:49:07
Hey, one Fisher, you never see you again.
01:49:11
And now the rate increase either Reminding rest already? No, we all have our story and I started a place and I was thought I was looking up at everybody, and I felt like I was looking up there, Buddy in high school and college, and certainly when I started in the pros and, um, you know, through a lot of helping a lot of support, I just learned, and I kept trying to get a little bit better in a little bit better and keep growing and keep evolving.
01:49:35
And I still feel like I'm trying to do that today.
01:49:37
Nobody knows this better than you do the journey of what you had in the beginning and when did you know that he was something a little different? But Thomas, Ah, special his rookie year, even though he didn't play his leadership that the other Rubies in the class We have been working class so them every day of practice and would run down the field on their offensive plays was clearly a leader on the field and then, you know, had a very good training camp in in 2001 1 kind of the crossroads was in the middle of 2001 season, we played the Rams.
01:50:10
That was the week that Drew had come back, and so I support the rebels between Tom and Drew that wiki and Iran's vetoes in the regular season game one Sunday night matter steps up fires.
01:50:29
I think that was I looked at the hard for anybody to play.
01:50:35
Well, well, I'm only going to have to solve a week against your little ones.
01:50:40
Hold on.
01:50:41
Hold on. Hold on. I'm sorry and my but I'm back.
01:51:12
I am back.
01:51:13
Okay? We're here. We're good.
01:51:17
Um, I don't know what the hell just happened.
01:51:21
I have absolutely no idea.
01:51:24
Like none the slightest.
01:51:26
However, I am back, and we're just gonna go right back into that.
01:51:29
Um, I really don't know what happened.
01:51:33
199 phono.
01:51:35
Now, where were we out of control? Drafted where? How we got was a real turning point, I would say, and anybody to play well on Lee getting half a rep.
01:51:52
So following week against New Orleans.
01:51:54
And I said, We're just going with Tom and he's gonna get autographs and he's gonna play.
01:51:57
That's what Mr Kraft pay me to do.
01:51:59
And that's what I'm gonna do.
01:52:00
I'm gonna make the decisions that I think our best for the football team.
01:52:03
Key AM has in teen people.
01:52:05
Avery well ahead of game.
01:52:07
And that's one of trademarks of Tom's careers.
01:52:11
Been a couple of games along the way.
01:52:12
Where has it been? Is best at the next game has always come back.
01:52:16
Outstanding needs.
01:52:17
That was a riel eligibility Turner When I would say in that season.
01:52:22
And ultimately in the evolution of Thomas, great career.
01:52:25
Well worked out.
01:52:26
This one done in a row.
01:52:27
From that point on, that actually was the right button push right there.
01:52:29
That was our last loss.
01:52:30
That here was the Rams game.
01:52:32
And, uh, you know, was it very well coached by May s, So I thought we gave ourselves a lot better chance We played in second find around.
01:52:41
But, um, you know that that was right.
01:52:44
In middle of season, there were five and five could have gone either way.
01:52:47
And Tom really came through force in a big way.
01:52:49
Start with that New Orleans.
01:52:50
Can Tommy, you wear that? He thought you were special part of the rookie class at the time.
01:52:56
Is that news to you right now or did you know that? Yes and no.
01:53:00
I mean, I think having the you can put me on the field, I knew that he was confident me and obviously over a lot of years of playing for him, I realized that he was always gonna play, you know, the person that he thought was best for the team.
01:53:11
He'll tell you all the time.
01:53:12
It doesn't matter where you come from, You know, I don't give where you were drafted.
01:53:17
Where how we got two year, you know you're gonna win.
01:53:20
And if you're not the best guy you know you're not playing.
01:53:23
I think that was a great opportunity for me.
01:53:25
It was someone who was a late round pick.
01:53:27
And you thank God that I was gonna get a lot more chances.
01:53:30
And no, it wasn't the case.
01:53:31
He felt like, You know, if you were on the team, you should along the practice field you delivered when it mattered the most.
01:53:38
And you know you were going to get another shot to get out there Play when it mattered the most.
01:53:41
That year was the Super Bowl, and a lot of people at the end of that game, you guys were went and and the Rams are greatest show on terms they are ripping in the fourth quarter, right? This thing is out of control.
01:53:56
Everybody's thinking all just go take a knee, Get this thing over time, you're not gonna win with Britain.
01:54:11
You put the ball in his hands and came up with the game winner.
01:54:14
Did you ever even remotely consider just taking a knee and get it over time? Way started pretty conservative, Louis.
01:54:22
And, um, Tom did a good job of manage that gamed out to J.
01:54:26
R.
01:54:27
Redmond.
01:54:28
He got out of bounds.
01:54:29
The big play really was Detroit Brown on underground brands are a three man Ross time angry reading before I got out of bounds on.
01:54:36
Then that really gave us a chance to set it up.
01:54:38
And, you know, Tom handled Leslie perfectly with a return route, the Wiggins at the position.
01:54:44
I felt like, you know, at that point, we're sending our best player on the field at a military out way hotness in that moment, you know, we have that.
01:55:19
He was a minute 21 around right around there and no timeouts, but we didn't have to go that far.
01:55:25
We had to kick a field goal when it was indoor, and no, Adam was an incredible player.
01:55:29
So, you know, for a quarterback when you're in that situation.
01:55:32
It's usually just one big play, you know, that allows you to, you know, one big chunk, and you've got a good chance.
01:55:38
And if you're a kid in the Super Bowl and this is the moment that you thought about your entire life, just it was just a day.
01:55:44
Well, I went to Michigan.
01:55:46
There was 110,000 people in that state exam Straight, you geo.
01:55:51
In a weird way, you not played in my fourth year in college.
01:55:55
We played the Citrus Bowl.
01:55:56
We came back and we threw a touchdown pass to win the game.
01:55:59
My fifth year, we played Alabama and Orange Bowl, and, you know, we wanted overtime.
01:56:04
So I ask, you kind of felt like others another bowl game.
01:56:07
I know that I get a chance to play any great and just It was just kind of I'm glad I didn't have the perspective of how hard it was to actually win the Super Bowl.
01:56:17
You know, I just thought, Well, yeah, I got one in Michigan and then I came and I got a chance to play for The Patriots were winning this year, and, um, it just kind of felt like it was a continuation of a lot of things that I had done.
01:56:28
But then it really realized how hard it wasn't about 2010 and 11 after we had one in a lot of years, God raising.
01:56:36
I never realized how hard it is to win.
01:56:38
The Super Bowl is hard to get there, and it's so hard to win it cause you know, you're fighting against all the odds.
01:56:44
So it was really a magical moment.
01:56:46
Remember, Easy and coach after the Super Bowl in New Orleans when both got in in the limousine, we probably were working off.
01:56:55
Probably not any sleep.
01:56:56
It already said Tongue.
01:56:58
Let you know you had a pretty good year.
01:57:03
Pretty magical ever since.
01:57:05
Well, this is pretty brave.
01:57:08
Unfortunately, I have to cut this and I really don't want it, because that's just incredible.
01:57:17
But I have to, because we're gonna be moving on here to number one.
01:57:22
He's the second greatest player of all time when I move on to the greatest player of all time, the number one single best player to ever do, and it's a full back, not a running back.
01:57:37
The fullback Jim Brown and I fell champion in 1964.
01:57:46
My grandfather was at that game, snuck away like he's like, stuck out of his house.
01:57:51
Parents, No idea.
01:57:53
Him and his friend drove to Cleveland.
01:57:56
Um, tow, watch that game.
01:57:59
And as because they were put against the Baltimore Colts in that game and in the snow, he watched the Colts lose 27 to nothing.
01:58:07
Yeah, he will never, ever forget that nine time Pro Bowler guy played nine years in the league Pro Bowl every single year.
01:58:14
Eight time first team All Pro three time NFL M v p.
01:58:18
He won his I am impressed.
01:58:19
You actually, um, three time NFL MVP in any 57 his rookie year. He wanted MVP.
01:58:25
Nobody else in a poster has ever done that.
01:58:27
Of course, you also won rookie of the year eight time rushing leader.
01:58:30
You lied. Lied in rushing yards.
01:58:32
Eight of his nine seasons leveling and touchdowns.
01:58:34
Five Was nine seasons obvious.
01:58:35
Remember that in sixties all decade.
01:58:37
Team member, 57 1500 anniversary all time change Number 32 timer the Browns and not only see the grace and about player of all time according to me and a lot of other players on people like he is the CFB 150 greatest college football player of all time.
01:58:52
A animus.
01:58:53
All American, 1986 Syracuse Orange number 44 obviously is retired 12,000 or 12 rushing or 5.
01:59:02
2 yards per carry higher and six touchdowns.
01:59:07
To understand you catches 1 2029 yards.
01:59:09
20 receiving test chance.
01:59:11
Yeah, I think he's in the Hall of Fame.
01:59:14
I would say I would say he's all Hall of Famer And of course, I was going to get to that one of the greatest lacrosse players of all time from Maryland.
01:59:30
I'm going to get to it, Sam.
01:59:32
I know I'm from Maryland.
01:59:34
Yes, he is a fantastic, arguably greatest lacrosse player of all time.
01:59:41
Jim Brown.
01:59:42
Here we go.
01:59:43
Now we have two videos here.
01:59:44
I'm sure this went there were shows.
01:59:46
100 piece thing is a picture of Jim Brown and treasure that very much.
01:59:56
But the words even warn Bird, a friend over 25 years.
02:00:03
You ever a man of his word? That's where you are, of course.
02:00:23
Presenting Jim Brown of all people appropriating the pop age diversity.
02:00:46
Jim thought on Sundays.
02:00:49
Uh, Windsor, his words that he was a God. Yeah.
02:00:53
No way.
02:00:55
Hurry.
02:00:56
No way.
02:00:57
Good touch.
02:00:58
Nobody was better and, uh, improved it every Sunday.
02:01:06
How fast? Yeah.
02:01:09
20 nine record setting season.
02:01:18
Jim Brown leading Rushing A.
02:01:23
Brown was three and is the only runner ever.
02:01:30
Really.
02:01:31
Over 100 yards per game and over five yards per carry for really so cold mantra.
02:01:42
I hate that word.
02:01:49
Nice even. Never missed a game.
02:01:51
And I never laid on a football field.
02:01:55
I have basis ability with women.
02:01:59
But it was time playing.
02:02:04
I was there the way the NFL's all time leading rusher way, way.
02:02:36
I quit, but I was happy ahead.
02:02:39
It is.
02:02:40
I did all the things I wanted to do.
02:02:41
What? I wanted to believe this.
02:02:43
Talking to girls.
02:02:47
Brown Reynolds first met when they were co stars in the 1969 Western 100 right way.
02:02:59
So I thought it in another about 75 feet on a rock cut day, leaving her you.
02:03:10
No, I'm really getting sick of this.
02:03:15
I really Well, you weigh.
02:03:50
I was I sort of got cam all right, and we finishes off.
02:04:06
Where? Final clip.
02:04:08
That's Mary Anne Motley.
02:04:09
I just had lowered it up.
02:04:11
No.
02:04:13
Are you married? Another guy? Just bear lead.
02:04:16
And I mean, I'm talking barely missed out on this list.
02:04:19
Um God, come on.
02:04:23
Where is it? I'm trying to find it.
02:04:26
Where is the gym Brammer for the Marion Motley old end of a 100 thing and not his really Here.
02:04:36
I can't find the one with Bella Jack and all that, but I can find his game changers one.
02:04:40
Where the top 100 game changer of all time obviously.
02:04:42
So here we go.
02:04:43
Let's watch this one.
02:04:48
I remember this.
02:04:51
Oh, uh, when I look at myself, God gave May a physique.
02:04:56
This'll is Jim Brown.
02:04:58
The most devastating ball carrier in the history of football was 62 £232.
02:05:06
And I had put this speed on the word got around that I was a different kind of an animal rial wild talent man.
02:05:17
See, my father made me understand.
02:05:19
He's watching.
02:05:21
She don't run out of bounds.
02:05:22
You gonna put his head down? He gonna get some more.
02:05:25
And when he got tackled he said.
02:05:28
Watch how slow it, Kiddo.
02:05:30
He said, You know what? That is? He saying, Life, just get off slow cause you had to pick yourself a bunch of times and don't need to rush.
02:05:36
And this dude never missed a game.
02:05:38
Every Sunday we watched Jim Brown was on the feet, Jim round the greatest back to ever play.
02:05:44
He was a bad man, and not only on the field.
02:05:48
Brown.
02:05:49
Get an activist at on impact on me as well.
02:05:52
Hey was around that time and what America was trying to change civil rights on.
02:05:59
For him to be an athlete and get involved was like inspirational managed way.
02:06:05
Got to stand up, stay together with Jim Brown.
02:06:09
He also it was very keen on economic issues, which for most, like athletes state they never, ever were connected with that.
02:06:18
Jim Brown bringing together in ways that had nothing to do with a present searching and incredibly handsome good roles played incidental.
02:06:30
These I want more mental simulations.
02:06:34
I have, uh, end in the struggle that is taking place in our country.
02:06:40
It's with print was so big that they respect you have for him.
02:06:44
Now he's changed the game except the blueprint wanting respect the gas, warm his heart.
02:06:49
It is the best of all time.
02:06:51
You backing sixties, man.
02:06:55
Just you.
02:06:56
Me? So it was quite inspiration.
02:07:01
I'd say so.
02:07:03
Lay in general, the greatest football player to ever live is full back.
02:07:14
Jim Brown four.
02:07:18
I wrap this up.
02:07:20
I will.
02:07:21
I will just want to say seriously in the bottom of her.
02:07:22
Thank you to everyone who is watching all of this.
02:07:26
Um, thank you.
02:07:27
Anyone who's giving mankind advice on this This was the hardest thing I ever had to do.
02:07:31
Was making this less because my non it was difficult.
02:07:37
I started my lift with 3 39 names and slowly whittled it down to 128 and limiting 28 guys was an exhausting process and I mean exhausting.
02:07:49
And then that was what little I know.
02:07:51
It got so much harder than I had to rank the 100 guys.
02:07:55
I mean, I didn't have my final four.
02:07:59
I mean, I have my final four, but I have the final listings.
02:08:02
My Final 41 official final 41234 to to our deal about an hour before I started the show.
02:08:12
Tonight of unveiling this man, I think I turned out to be a pretty good product.
02:08:20
It's a product I can legitimately look back on and say I'm proud off.
02:08:25
I'm not gonna bore you.
02:08:27
Guys list up 100 names, and obviously the stream yard ticker is not giving up characters.
02:08:32
I will go through the top 10.
02:08:35
Number 10 is Anthony Munoz.
02:08:37
Number nine Reggie White.
02:08:39
Number eight Walter Payton.
02:08:41
Number seven John Munitis, Number six Joe Montana number five Dion Sanders.
02:08:49
Number four Lawrence Taylor number three Jerry Rice.
02:08:53
Number to Tom Brady.
02:08:55
Number one.
02:08:56
The greatest player of all time, Jim Brown.
02:09:01
All right, We're not done, though, because this stream is nearly over, But head on over to S s end power.
02:09:09
Our Sam Federman is channel or be breaking down the top 10.
02:09:15
I am sure to have a few choice words for putting Tom Brady at number two.
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